Post-Industrial Craft and 3D Printing

printed sugar skull

The above Prezi (accessed through image) takes a brief tour of the ways in which 3D printing as a new craft process takes advantage of both dematerialisation and rematerialisation in the post-industrial era.


2 thoughts on “Post-Industrial Craft and 3D Printing

  1. I think 3D printing as a craft is more so about the technology that allows it to be possible. It does not take that much creativity to simply “Print” something out; but the creation of the devices that make it possible and the programs that aid it, that, I think is the real art form. I like the sequence of your prezi as well, it was very effective in communicating your idea.

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