Pick Your Choice of Stool Made from 3D Printing Waste Material

Pick Your Choice of Stool Made from 3D Printing Waste Material

As the name suggests, Hot Wire Extensions are beautiful structures made by heating nylon powder with an electrical current

Azalea Pena
  • 17 august 2015

Got 3D printing waste? No problem! Studio Ilio has got this one in the bag. Founders Fabio Hendry and Seongil Choi designed a process that allows wasted nylon powder from 3D printing to become beautiful and unique structures that can be used for aesthetics and functionality sake. They named the project Hot Wire Extensions.

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