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3D printed colander (sieve) designed by Jean Baptiste Fastrez.

3D printed colander (sieve) designed by Jean Baptiste Fastrez.

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Wacom Cintiq 22HD & 24HD Touch

Wacom Cintiq 22HD & 24HD Touch

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SUTD Professors Design 3D Printed Mesh Pavilion,© SUTD : Felix Raspall + Carlos Bañón

# 3D print

# 3D print

March | 2015 | Algorithmic Tectonics, Spring 2015

March | 2015 | Algorithmic Tectonics, Spring 2015

The design studio Ami Drach & Dov Ganchrow had the incredible idea of ​​modernizing one of the oldest tools used by man through one of the latest technologies invented by man. The designers have conceptualized "Man Made", a series of 3D printed accessories (handles, sleeves, supports, etc..) Can be adapted to flint. These were shaped using a 3D scanner. The combination of the two that now you can bring prehistoric weapons such as axes, knives, arrowheads //

The design studio Ami Drach & Dov Ganchrow had the incredible idea of ​​modernizing one of the oldest tools used by man through one of the latest technologies invented by man. The designers have conceptualized "Man Made", a series of 3D printed accessories (handles, sleeves, supports, etc..) Can be adapted to flint. These were shaped using a 3D scanner. The combination of the two that now you can bring prehistoric weapons such as axes, knives, arrowheads //

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