Visually intricate 3D printed vases by FDM (FFF) technology.
Final shapes of 3D printed vases by FDM (FFF) technology. Printed on demand in any color available on the market.
Development of a product by 3D printing. Result of continuous development and study of desktop 3D printing by FDM (FFF) technology. Development trying to improving shape construction according technological specificum to achieve optimal printing time while preserving designer idea and without need for support.
It can be printed in 0.3mm layer height and it still look great. Actually I'm using appearance of layering to support or complement of actual design.
I able to print the vase in good quality in four and half hours. So challenge me :-)
Martin Žampach, award winning designer concentrates his work around Product/Industrial Design, with much of the emphasis being focused on glass design for own collection and various Czech and foreign clients. In last couple of years he devoted time to study 3D printing technologies where he uses it as a powerful tool for developing new products as well as products directly made by 3D printing.
He resides and works in Prague, Czech Republic as Creative Director at PROTOTYPUM.