3D printed recycling chair
One plastic string, made out of old refrigerators, crafted by a robot, into a chair. By combining different techniques, the designer was able to design an automated but very flexible process.
Characteristic for the Endless Flow chair is the support, a butterfly-look design. The front and rear legs form triangles that join one another in the middle and fuse together. Triangles are a very strong and reliable construction, while this design leaves enough flexibility to counteract any irregularities on the floor.
Inspired by an old 3D printer, which wasn’t able to produce large objects, the designer succeeded as the first person ever printing large objects made of 100% plastic waste. The furniture can be used outdoors, but should not permanently be exposed strong ultraviolet light. Since the material and the colour may change.
Available in the colors clear and ash-grey. More colors on request.
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