World’s First Mechanical 3D Printer Is Powered By Gravity

World’s First Mechanical 3D Printer Is Powered By Gravity

Analog 3D Printer is half machine, half kinetic sculpture

Dave Pinter, PSFK
  • 26 may 2016

Daniel de Bruin exhibited ‘This New Technology’ at WantedDesign Manhattan during NYCxDesign 2016. Tucked in the back of the Dutch design room, the mechanical 3D printer commanded a steady crowd of onlookers during the entire run of the event. Bruin’s machine methodically turned out a series of additive clay vessels which became part of the exhibition.

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