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3D printing Lab in Crazy Architectural Day event, Nancy, France

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Posted · 3D printing Lab in Crazy Architectural Day event, Nancy, France

The 11th of October the FJA Folle Journée de l'Architecture at the Architecture School of Nancy.

Every participant will have the opportunity to design it's own model, even without any knowledge in 3D, thanks to premade forms they will mix and morph in Blender.

Those models will then be clipped together all day long to grow a 3 dimensional model made of 3D printed model, all differents.

This will allow to blur the perception of the inside and outside, top and bottom, surface and volume.

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Last year we printed 54 models with 4 printers. Let's see how many we manage this year with the two printers we will have.

 

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