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June 28, 2012 AT 12:00 am

beautiful failures, accidental 3D Prints

beautiful failures | accidental 3D Prints | cunicode via Bruce. Bernat Cuni writes –

Ever since I first saw a 3D-printed object, I’ve been fascinated by the layered look & feel. As a designer I advocate for the honest aesthetics on products, I tend to like things that don’t hide their nature. Same with 3DPrinted objects, I like the texture and finishing of additive manufacturing, specially FDM (Fused-Deposition-Modeling).


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2 Comments

  1. I was disappointed that the slideshow skips so quickly from picture to picture. I had to keep pausing the video to actually enjoy the image.

    I love the general idea of the video, but it seems like Bernat tried to pack as many photos as possible into the presentation.

  2. what’s the noise?

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