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MƎTHESIS: High-End Metal 3D Printing Takes Over Milan Design Week

by • March 24, 2016 • No Comments

  • For the past couple of years, the yearly Milan Design Week has acted as a platform for a few of the many absorbing create work around, with a expanding 3D printing presence with at any time year. Working in collaboration with Autodesk, 3D printing tremendous Davide Sher has been working to organize educational and expansive events during the Milan Design Week, begining with Synthesis in 2014, and and so with Arthesis, in 2015. These events have focused on sure aspects of 3D printing and create, manyly in an experimental light, and this year can feature one of the many absorbing and expansive uses of 3D printing innovation. At this year’s Milan Design Week, Sher and Autodesk can be collaborating with the metal 3D printing device developer Sisma to host MƎTHESIS, that can focus primarily on high-end metal 3D printing.

    SALT AND PEPPA

    SALT + PEPPA SHAKER by Utopia Blu

    Flatware by Francis Bitonti

    Flatware by Francis Bitonti

    The MƎTHESIS event can feature the new era of metal 3D printing, and can feature metal 3D printed objects of 10 well-respected createers of around the world. In order to feature the commercial viability of high-end metal 3D printing, the createers were asked to center their work for the event around a new generation of “Objects for the Dinner Table”. Now, only one month later, these participating createers have moved beyond the conception stage and are set to feature their finished products during the Milan Design Week event. From the elven-styled flatware of Francis Bitonti to the fluidly createed SALT+PEPPA SHAKER by the Utopia Blu create team, all of these displays present the next in one-of-a-kindly createed kitchen and tableware. The Event Presentation can begin on April 12 at 4PM in Via Tortona 20, and can be open at any timeyday thereafter, all the way up until April 17.

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    These metal 3D printed products were all createed via Autodesk’s Fusion 360 CAD software, and were and so 3D printed in either steel or bronze via Sisma’s one-of-a-kind and powerful Laser Metal Fusion Mysint100 3D Printer. Thanks to the high-quality metal 3D printing innovation of Sisma, and software powerhouse Autodesk, MƎTHESIS can truly donate these createers the opportunity to feature what they can (literally) bring to the table via a few of the top metal 3D printing innovation on the market now a days. The Mysint100 3D printing device can be on display alongside all of the excellent create work.The full list of createers participating in this year’s feature is as follows:

    Andrea Pacciani

    Alessandro Zambelli

    Anouk Wipprecht

    Danit Peleg

    Francis Bitonti

    Growthobjects

    Janne Kyttanen

    MHOX

    Nick Ervinck

    CRDesign Studio

    Thorsten Franck

    Plus: Milan Politecnico School of Design Students

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