Lounge Chair Created in a Single Five-Week-Long Print
The furniture piece by 3D Systems' Janne Kyttanen features a lattice structure consisting of 6,000 layers
3D printing technology has been revolutionizing the world of design and creation by allowing designers and makers to go beyond what used to limit them in terms of tools and production. Thanks to the technology, designers and makers are now able to produce shapes that are as complex and fascinating as the forms that we see in nature. Take this beautiful lounge chair designed and 3D printed by Janne Kyttanen, a Senior Creative Fellow at 3D Systems, for example.
The lounge chair is inspired by the design and engineering of a spider’s web and was printed using 3D Systems’ ProX 950 SLA 3D printer. The ProX 950 is the printer of choice for industries like aerospace, automotive, and medical device manufacturing because of its capability to produce large and complex pieces.