Israel based design and research studio 'Studio Under' has been working on ceramic products since 2012. Founded by Eran Gal-Or, Liat Akerman and Omer Merzel, three industrial designers graduated at Holon Institute of Technology, Studio Under focuses on designing 3D printed ceramic products and selling them world-wide.
In collaboration with Roy Yahalomi, Studio Under has designed a diamond shaped light fixture and printed out, for the first time, using colored 3D ceramic printing. Watch the video below showing the process of colored 3D ceramic printing:
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George m wrote at 2/11/2014 5:53:38 PM:
Studio under is similar to Figulo, which was aquired by 3d systems, but as I've seen, it uses different printing process.
Rick wrote at 1/1/2014 8:31:34 PM:
How they did it?? I guess they designed a special extruder for paste-like materials, with multi-head perhaps?
ThatGuy wrote at 1/1/2014 1:29:27 AM:
Best sound track to a 3D printing video ever.
Micheal wrote at 12/31/2013 8:28:14 PM:
Awesome!! Probably will be bought by 3dSystems / Stratasys next week..