“Mazzo di Fiori” is an incredible 3D printed flower bouquet by artist and inventor Joshua Harker. The 3D printed floral sculpture is made from 1,918,416 triangles and you can explore the complex 3D model here.
For the last 18 months Harker has been developing a new 3D printing technology to usher in the next generation of 3D printing in terms of quality, capability, cost, access and ease of use. Harker says it’s, “a completely new approach & not another FDM/RepRap or DLP project.”
Harker says beta software and prototype hardware results are sound but he’s already spent more than he can afford on development. In order to complete the research Harker has launched a Kickstarter campaign and is offering his 3D floral sculpture artworks in return for R&D support.
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