Designer Uses 3D Printing

Designer Uses 3D PrintingAs many designers have discovered, 3D printing can be very useful to render an actual three-dimensional model of their imagined item. From idea to sketch to drawing, the next stage is a model. But rather than using the traditional tedious process of manual construction, contemporary designers are frequently finding that a 3D printer can be much more efficient – and enable new designs not easily made with older techniques.

Designer Mnatsakanyan Lilith represents this approach with her kitchen kettle concept, where semantic concepts can be seen evolving through each stage.


Via BlueYonder

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