Analogue 3D printer for hands-on designers

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We have seen a whole host of innovative uses for 3D printing over the past few years — everything from pancakes to clay houses have been created using additive manufacturing. Parallel to this is the maker movement, which celebrates hands-on creativity and workmanship. Sitting squarely in between is designer Daniel de Bruin's Analogue 3D Printer — a hand-powered machine which enables de Bruin to embrace 3D printing's technological leap while retaining the creativity, ownership and freedom of hands-on production. The Analogue 3D printer is a two-metre tall machine made up of various gears, chains and metal parts. The operator must…

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