The company behind the UK's biggest 3D printer is moving to London's Here East

Nov 14, 2017 · bdaily.co.uk

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Hobs Studio, the UK’s biggest 3D printing bureau, has chosen Here East’s campus as its new home for its London headquarters.

Hobs’ move to Here East, from its current Old Street base, is the latest in a line of technology and creative organisations that have chosen the tech and creative campus as firms look towards East London for future expansion.

The new 7,200 sq ft 3D printing and virtual reality lab is to employ around 30 people and provide visual and 3D printing services for architects, engineers, property developers and others in the construction industry. Deputy mayor for business, Rajesh Agrawal, said:

"London is Europe’s largest tech hub and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is establishing itself as a destination for exciting tech companies.

"It’s no surprise Hobs Studio is the latest small business to decide to take advantage of all the benefits of being based in this area. This is further evidence London is open for business and that the capital remains a highly attractive destination for innovative tech companies."

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