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Marco Mahler and Henry Segerman Collaborate to Produce World’s First Fully 3D-Printed Mobiles
Posted By Elliot Chang On May 15, 2013 @ 6:00 pm In Art,Design,Reader Submitted Content | No Comments
Recent advances in 3D printing  technology have resulted in plenty of breakthroughs in the fields of medical science and prosthesis, but 3D printing is also contributing to the art world in new and unexpected ways. Sculptor Marco Mahler  recently collaborated with mathematician Henry Segerman  to produce a collection of the world’s first fully 3D-printed mobiles, and they’re pretty impressive. As Mahler explains on his website, the mobiles come out of the 3D printer completely assembled, and their balance points were calculated to 1/1000th of a millimeter. All of the mobiles are now available for sale through Mahler’s and Segerman’s shop at Shapeways .
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 Marco Mahler: http://www.marcomahler.com/about/
 Henry Segerman: http://www.segerman.org/about.html
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