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Posted · Brag and show

Hello everyone,

 

I have been away for a while being busy with well, work. However, I never had a chance to brag and show some of my work both from work and personal portfolio. Some from the work portfolio is done by myself, some together or exclusively by interns. In case I have not been clear before, I work as an architect for Sweco Architects at the mother ship in Stockholm Sweden. One of my daily tasks for the past two years was to handle the in-house fablab. So here are some photos of the works we have left around in the office - the really cool models always end up with the client (but what is new?) 

 

A little preview from work:

 

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Personal Portfolio - I use a lot of parametric design and 3D printing to exercise and build up my own skills in my free time - and also to be able to share with the community developments, therefore not implying a client and or her/his secrecy restrictions. 

 

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Prints from the community such as ultimaker ad thinginverse:

 

 

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Posted · Brag and show

Cool! 

On 12/3/2018 at 7:51 PM, Stefania Dinea said:

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What is this for? It looks pretty amazing. Was it a study? 

 

And where do you stand on printing with flexible filaments? Any progress?

 

oh, and some familiar faces I see 😉

On 12/3/2018 at 7:51 PM, Stefania Dinea said:

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    Posted (edited) · Brag and show
    6 hours ago, SandervG said:

    Cool! 

    What is this for? It looks pretty amazing. Was it a study? 

     

    A personal study/education - I was playing with fast towers prototyping in architecture and came up with this. So I printed it for myself - at home, on my whitewalker (that’s the name of my Ultimaker 3)

     

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    And where do you stand on printing with flexible filaments? Any progress?

     

    As you know I was quite busy with work and the blog, but Xmas is comming 🙂 

    So i am looking forward for that time to design some stuff. However I have a top outfit that is in the making using TPU 95A - works like a charm 🤗🤗🤗

     

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    oh, and some familiar faces I see 😉

     

     

    Yes yes - I think I can turn it into a watch :)) Probably the speedy car is going to be placed at 6 🙂 time to go to and from work :))

     

     

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