Cooper-Hewitt: 3D printing process julio 9, 2013Posted by jagf in diseño industrial.
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Cooper-Hewitt · 3D printing process
This folding stool, called “One__Shot.MGX”, was manufactured using a 3D printing process known as selective laser sintering. It is made from Polamide, a type of nylon plastic. The stool was designed by Patrick Jouin in 2006 and acquired into the Cooper Hewitt Museum’s collection in 2008. More info at Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum