Delta 40 70: from microscopic to macroscopic

Delta 40 70: from microscopic to macroscopic

Wasp aims at macroscopic dimensions but we also invest on microscopic ones (till 2 mm), because dimension is one of  the variables that open new work chances.

Our propensity to give real answers bring us to find technicals solutions to get closer to digital handicraft and little and medium industries that need to realize prototypes, but not only: with Delta 40 70 it is possible to realize a real production. With Delta 40 70 a lot of things can be realized: pottery, mannequins, illuminating products made of ceramic or porcelain and scenographic objects for example.

Thanks to 1.75 extruder it is posssible to print from microscopic to macroscopic with the same  machine. 3D printing gives true chances in this way, everybody can give a shape to their ideas, even invent a real job.

Dimensioni s a theme that opens the door to new applications, even if the seems to be far today they will be reality in a short time. 3D printing gives true chances in this way, everybody can give a shape to their ideas, even invent a real job.

Dimensioni s a theme that opens the door to new applications, even if the seems to be far today they will be reality in a short time.

 

In this moment Nicola Samorì, an internationally known artist, is realizing his second piece of work using our Delta 40 70. I twill be 2,50m tall and the lightness of the material creates a sort of short circuit with the huge dimensions. Here we have a new fronteer of art wich meets a new technology, A thousand of fresh ideas come to the light.

 

In a few days an article about Samorì new work! Follow us!

 

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This vase was printed with a Delta 40 70,
with a PLA filament 1.75,
nozzle 0.7,
printing time: 8 hours.
If you want to try to reproduce it here we have our gcode and Thingiverse link, where we took the .stl