Daniel Debruin share his Analog 3D Printer:
more and more products are being fashioned by means of automated processes. not only are these processes more efficient and therefore cheaper, they also ensure that every item meets the same criteria and does not deviate from the norm. however deviations are usually the most interesting. as with humankind and the rest of nature, true beauty lies in its diversity.
I have always had a fascination for production processes but also for natural phenomena. I want to stay true to both these fascinations and so try to find a balance between control and chance in most of my products.
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