I asked Open3DLP project developer and “3D Printer Whisperer” Anderson Ta to recommend a 3D designer that has had a profound effect on him and he suggested the Tel Aviv-based Asher Nahmias who goes by “Dizingof”:
As I am someone interested in machine design and processes, designers like Dizingof help push the envelope of my research into new machines and design considerations. The forms he generates also are prime examples of the benefits of 3D printing: there is no other method for making some of his pieces.
I have a heavy math background, so it is an added bonus for me the ways in which his work incorporates math. It’s refreshing to see various formulas and equations come out of a text book and into some of the wildest forms. (The same could also be said for Nervous System…)
Dizingof’s creations are typically complex, flowing and invariably beautiful. Browsing through his extensive portfolio of dozens of designs, you’ll see vases, jewelry, bowls, lamp shades and a few trays and holders, but mostly it’s just art, amazing mathematical art. On his Thingiverse page he [said]: “My aim is to raise the bar of the free 3D content for your personal/work 3D Printer.”
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