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A series of tools using flint and 3D printing

The design studio Friend Drach & Dov Ganchrow had the incredible idea to modernize one of the oldest tools used by mankind with one of the latest technologies invented by man. The designers have created "Man Made", a** series of accessories printed in 3D** (handles, sleeves, supports, etc.) that can be adapted to cut flints. This project mixes flint and 3D printing. These were shaped using a 3D scanner. The combination of the two makes it possible for you to carry prehistoric weapons such as axes, knives, arrowheads... Grrr! To create slightly more modern tools, do not hesitate to visit the Cults** "Tool" category.

Man Made silex et l'impression 3D Cults 3D printing outils prehistoire

Man Made silex et l'impression 3D Cults 3D printing outils prehistoire

Man Made silex et l'impression 3D Cults 3D printing outils prehistoire

Man Made silex et l'impression 3D Cults 3D printing outils prehistoire

Man Made silex et l'impression 3D Cults 3D printing outils prehistoire

Man Made silex et l'impression 3D Cults 3D printing outils prehistoire

Man Made silex et l'impression 3D Cults 3D printing outils prehistoire

Man Made silex et l'impression 3D Cults 3D printing outils prehistoire

Man Made silex et l'impression 3D Cults 3D printing outils prehistoire

Man Made silex et l'impression 3D Cults 3D printing outils prehistoire

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