Wednesday, December 14, 2011

3D printing for children

As part of his master's degree at the Umea Institute of Design in Sweden, Artur Tchoukanov set out to produce an affordable desktop 3D printer for home. When he saw the trouble adults had grasping the concept of a 3D printer, he realized his target audience should be children. After extensive research and the help of Rhino, he developed the Origo.

1 comment:

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3D printing is in the trend nowadays and it is really great. Hope the companies like HP or Canon can make it affordable.