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Call4action - Pavilion - community print - part 2


Stefania Dinea

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Hello community,

 

After the success of last year, also in part to your support (👇👇👇here is the post from last year👇👇👇) we gave the start to the HALO Pavilion and have it ready for assembly on the following date:

March 14-15, 2020 // Helsingborg, Sweden

The greatest 3D-printing event in the Nordics

 

The Halo Pavilion 

 

 

The goal is to build a fully modular structure produced entirely on modern desktop 3D-printers. With the help from the 3D community in Sweden and around the world we aim to complete this project and assemble it throughout the first day of the event. The structure, composed of 400 pieces has a size of approximately 3 meters by 5,3 meters and the height comes in at between 2,7 and 4 meters. This thing is huge! The assembly is done through the use of zipties. See more images below.

Also, please make sure to share this page with your friends. We would also love it if you could upload photos of your printing progress to social medias. Please use the hashtags #3DMSPP and #3DMS2020 when posting. We will do our best to retweet and share your images when we see them. Happy printing!

 

SIGN UP HERE:

https://3dmeetup.se/community-print/

 

 

 

We learned from last year that a glue gun is not the solution but instead zip ties as a connection method. In addition to last year, this year we are going to introduce wooden bars as additional structure element connected in turn also by 3D printed elements - as in the video above. 

 

Hope to see some of you there this year, and I do hope you join this community print again. 

 

Thank you.

 

 

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