Last week the 3rd year Industrial Design students at Victoria University presented the prototypes of the 3D printers they had designed. The challenge was to design and make a “green” 3D printer in 4 weeks with a limited budget. The students innovative thinking looked at ways to make use of waste material and repurpose it into new objects.
‘Stack’ used the waste paper from generated by a bank and a ‘steampunk’ sewing machine to create layered forms based on an interpretation of the banks statistical data.
Kiosk – Sci-Fi tale of 3D printing, fabbing and more.
What a 3D Printer can’t do…
Fabaroni: a homemade 3D printer.
The Evil Mad Scientist 3D Printer Project.
Make – Volume 14 – Three-Dimensional Printing Methods…
Sci-Fi objects and more made with a Spectrum Z510 3D printer …
3D Printer made from a Glue Gun and Meccanno.