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3D-printing startup Voodoo Manufacturing is having a birthday bash

Wednesday night: live music, free drinks, 3D-printed selfies. Hell yeah. UPDATE: It's invite-only.

Voodoo Manufacturing cofounder Max Friefeld addresses the crowd at the Voodoo launch party, Nov. 11, 2015. (Photo by Tyler Woods)
Correction: This is an invite-only party. The headline has been updated. (11/16/16, 9:56 a.m.)

If you’re interested in 3D printing or meeting people who are, here’s a good one for you. Promising 3D-printing startup Voodoo Manufacturing is hosting a party, Filament Jam, Wednesday night at its East Williamsburg office and manufacturing space.
The event is free and open to the public. It will include a 3D-printing selfie station, where you can get a 3D print-out of your head and chest, a performance by a Brooklyn-based brass band and free drinks.
We went to last year’s Filament Jam and can vouch that it is good. We were even able to take a minute out on the building’s fire escape to hear from Voodoo Manufacturing cofounder Max Friefeld about what he thinks of the future of 3D printing. (A lot.)

Companies: Voodoo Manufacturing
Series: Brooklyn

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