GustaVino, the wine cellar printed in 3D.
The Brazilian designer Gustavo Arguello has initiated a 3D printed project around wine. Inspired by Gaudi's architecture, the GustaVino 3D printed wine cellar allows you to store several bottles according to the size of your stock. The design is based on Gaudi's study of trees and bones. It reproduces the organic form of light perfectly. The product is fully modular and can be adapted to small and large spaces, both in height and width. This rack is scalable because it follows the growth (or decrease) of your wine collection. To launch his project, Gustavo is currently launching a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter. The project will only be funded if £2,900 or more is committed by 29 October 2015. GustaVino, the wine cellar printed in 3D will be available for delivery in 6 colours (depending on the achievement of the campaign objectives). Otherwise, by obtaining the 3D file in STL format, you can print this project in 3D directly at home with your own filaments. You can now download the 3D plans of Gustavino HERE. The parts are perfectly adapted to a printer type FDM. If you are a fan of this project, don't hesitate to contribute here!
Source: Gustavo Arguello
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