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Published: 21 July 2017

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A project developing a 3D-printing pen that “draws” architectural structures in place. The project serves as a tangible reminder of how important the human element still is within a world of digital design, even as machines continue to replace human roles. The pen 3D prints strings of thermoplastic filament, which are used to connect acrylic rods. The result is an ethereal structure unlike any 3D-printed outputs.This project is a part of Real Size Competition 2015, done by: Gilang Arenza, Kevin Clement, Anders Rod, Ratnar Sam, Ying Xu.

A project developing a 3D-printing pen that “draws” architectural structures in place. The project serves as a tangible reminder of how important the human element still is within a world of digital design, even as machines continue to replace human roles. The pen 3D prints strings of thermoplastic filament, which are used to connect acrylic rods. The result is an ethereal structure...

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Project Status: Completed

Project Year: 2015

Project Cost(IDR): IDR 10 juta - 25 juta

Lokasi: Tokyo, Japan

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