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Franklin Institute 3D Prints Incredibly Complicated White Matter Brain Model for New Exhibit http://3dprint.com/7575/3d-print-brain-franklin-institute/

Franklin Institute 3D Prints Incredibly Complicated White Matter Brain Model for New Exhibit http://3dprint.com/7575/3d-print-brain-franklin-institute/

Dutch designer Dirk van der Kooij is obsessed with rapid prototyping. Best known for his Endless Chair, made from a continuous string of recycled plastic using a 3D printer, the design has grown into a range of products all with the goal of making the production process more visible. Speaking at Design Indaba recently, van der Kooij explained, "the best thing about recycled plastic is it has history."

An Interview with Dirk Vander Kooij

Dutch designer Dirk van der Kooij is obsessed with rapid prototyping. Best known for his Endless Chair, made from a continuous string of recycled plastic using a 3D printer, the design has grown into a range of products all with the goal of making the production process more visible. Speaking at Design Indaba recently, van der Kooij explained, "the best thing about recycled plastic is it has history."

3ders.org - 3D printers help developing tentacle-like active soft robotics

3ders.org - 3D printers help developing tentacle-like active soft robotics

3ders.org - Pyramidal shape algorithm removes need for 3D print material support | 3D Printer News & 3D Printing News

3ders.org - Pyramidal shape algorithm removes need for 3D print material support | 3D Printer News & 3D Printing News

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