Tuesday, December 23, 2014

An Artist 3D-Printed 100,000 Parts To Make This 26-Foot Long Sculpture

An Artist 3D-Printed 100,000 Parts To Make This 26-Foot Long Sculpture

What's more impressive than this 26-foot long version of Taiwanese artist Hung-Chih Peng's Noah's Ark sculpture is the fact that it's assembled from over 100,000 3D-printed pieces. And what's even more impressive than that is the 3D printer farm that Peng has been using to churn out all those pieces. No single person should wield so much 3D printing power—or inhale so much melted plastic fumes.

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