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3D printed chairs
posted December 3 2010 7:07.48 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Dirk Vander Kooij is taking scaled the 3D printing process as we know, into higher scale. He used a robotic arm and attached a mechanism that melts recycled plastic and makes an endless plastic string. He then put the robot to "draw" a chair with this string, opening new possibilities for him to design in the good old-fashioned way.



[Via: Make]    [Link: dirkvanderkooij]
Tags: robot   mechanical   inventions   3D printing   artistic   recycling   
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