Let's start our beautiful sunday with this awesome gear painting.
This is created by Erik Pettersson from Enköping, Sweden. Using an eMaker Huxley 3D printer and PLA 1,75mm filament, in about 2 hours the biggest gear was printed. After some days of printing the gears started to pile up. He took a Masonite board and mounted the gears and motor which is an old cam timer motor he collected. Then framing, connecting the power supply...Done! Here you can read about his story and working process.
(photo credit: snille.net)
Cool! so is it. Very inspiring! Watch below the short video he has made for the painting.
That's why I like the 3D printing technology so much. It stimulates imagination and the unlimited potential of human spirit.
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