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Stratasys unveils first artworks designed with new breakthrough j750 3d printer

by • April 24, 2016 • No Comments

MINNEAPOLIS & REHOVOT, Israel–Stratasys Ltd. (Nasdaq:SSYS), the 3D printing and additive making solutions company, in these days revealed that it has collaborated with esteemed createers to turn it into the world’s initially 3D printed artworks on the company’s breakthrough full color, multi-material J750 3D Printer, commenceed April 4. The 3D printed pieces – ‘Wolfkiam’ of Nick Ervinck and ‘Polyomino’ of Jose Sanchez – are the initially two art

and create projects to exploit the high end capabilities of the new full-color multi-material 3D printing device, enabling an unprecedented array of colors and level of more detail, as well as geometric hardities for the 3D printing industry. Polyomino marks the final evolutionary phase of a two-year pro collaboration with Stratasys, while Wolfkiam celebrates the commence of a brand new series of high-profile collaborative 3D printed works of Stratasys entitled ‘The New Ancient’, exploring the juxtaposition of ancient crafts and cultures with modern technologies. The collection, that is set to be commenceed later this year, can in addition include works of the world best known Zaha Hadid Architects, Prof. Neri Oxman, Daniel Widrig, Dov Ganchrow and Luc Merx.

POLYOMINO createed by Jose Sanchez, turn it intod for and in collaboration with Stratasys for multi-material J750 3D Printer

POLYOMINO createed by Jose Sanchez, turn it intod for and in collaboration with Stratasys (photo credit: Business Wire)

With an unparalleled spectrum of over 360,000 colors on the market on the Stratasys J750 3D Printer, Ervinck explains that the Wolfkiam sculpture was createed with these specific capabilities in mind, in order to maximize the future of the new innovation. “The vibrant colors and intricate more details of the piece, such as the central lines representing the figure’s veins, were integral to the sculpture, both in creating a sense of movement and fluidity and in reflecting the traditional cultural styles that inspired the work. It may have been not easy to manually transfer this texture onto the sculpture in any other way – it is just with the new Stratasys J750 3D Printer that this initially-of-its kind artwork has been created possible.

WOLFKIAM, createed by Nick Ervinck, turn it intod for and in collaboration with Stratasys for multi-material J750 3D Printer

WOLFKIAM, createed by Nick Ervinck, turn it intod for and in collaboration with Stratasys (photo credit: Yoram Reshef)

As the initially piece to be announced as part of the Stratasys’ The New Ancient 3D printed collection, Nick Ervinck’s Wolfkiam sculpture epitomizes the dialogue between old and new by combining traditional creates inspired by Incan and Mayan cultures with the high end technological forms inherent to digitally-produced artworks. “The

nature of 3D printing has allowed me to redesatisfactory traditional create methods, facilitating the creation of hard, futuristic forms in that the empty space is equally as significant as the vibrant patterns and fluid shapes,” he continues. “With Stratasys’ J750 3D Printer, I was able-bodied to create a piece that combines an organic, biomorphic shape with a quite technical play of lines and colors, and bring this to life of screen to sculpture with unmatched precision and high end – all at the click of a button. Having been able-bodied to see initially-hand the capabilities and implications of this innovation for art and create, it is absorbing to consider the possibilities that the Stratasys J750 may open in the future.

WOLFKIAM, createed by Nick Ervinck, turn it intod for and in collaboration with Stratasys for multi-material J750 3D Printer

WOLFKIAM, createed by Nick Ervinck, turn it intod for and in collaboration with Stratasys (photo credit: Yoram Reshef)

Whilst the Wolfkiam sculpture represents the commence of a brand new series of artworks of Stratasys, Polyomino marks the fruition of a longstanding pro collaboration with Architect, Programmer and

Game Designer, Jose Sanchez. Having originally initiated the Polyomino project in 2014, the newly commenceed Stratasys J750 3D Printer has now enable-bodiedd the piece to be finalized in a formidable range of vivid

colors. Drawing upon the combinatorial and constructive nature of video games such as Tetris, the structure consists of a series of 3D printed pieces that can be assembled in various ways via magnets to turn it into a larger ‘molecule’. As Sanchez explains, the extensive color palette on the market on the Stratasys J750 3D Printer was important to the entire project. “The artwork uses color as a guide to construction. Consisting of just two various geometries, we explored the use of color as a form of variousiating the connecting pieces. With the limitless colors on the market on the J750, we were able-bodied to explore the way in that various colors affect perception of the piece, mimicking

areas of lightness and shade and facilitating an approximately unlimited number of one-of-a-kind mixes and blends. These options connect 3D printing with gaming strategies, enabling users to explore and interact with an artwork in an entirely new way.

Both artworks showcase ultra-smooth surfaces enable-bodiedd by the new Stratasys J750 full color, multi material 3D Printer, with layer thickness as satisfactory as 0.014mm – around half the width of a human skin cell. According to Naomi Kaempfer, Creative Director, Art Fashion Design, Stratasys, the Polyomino and Wolfkiam works mark a milestone for

digital art and create, with the latter representing a sneak preview of the company’s new cutting-edge collection: “The New Ancient is a tribute to ancient wisdoms and lost crafts,” she says. “The collection focuses on revisiting timeless create concepts of various cultures and antique eras and exploring the way in that these are

interpreted with our modern tools, technologies and contemporary visions. Merging these historical create elements with our new breakthrough 3D printing innovation is the ideal way to celebrate this transformation of art, create and manufacture.

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