3D Printing Made Possible By Soil, Seeds, and Water
Print Green creates breathtaking designs out of an endearing combination of materials associated with traditional gardening
Print Green combines art, design and landscape architecture by applying 3D printing technology to creating potted plants and other shapes made from layers of dirt and seeds.
A typical 3D printer works by applying layers of material on top of each other starting from the bottom according to a print blueprint that resembles a CAD drafting file. The most advanced models alternate between different colors, textures and materials to allow for complex constructions up to, and including, working circuits.
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