Jan.15, 2014

Barbara Busatta and Dario Buzzini, two Italian designers based in NYC have designed and 3D printed open source stationery collection 'Machine Series'. Their mission is to build elegantly crafted and meaningfully designed object through approachable, open source manufacturing technologies.

This first collection is a set of basic tabletop accessories that challenges a classic FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) technique and reduces the outcome to a more purist, Shibui (渋い) aesthetic. The result is a carefully crafted housewares collection consisting of shapes, proportions, and surface finishes that become a fully-finished product the very moment the object is removed from the 3D printer.

In the spirit of accessible manufacturing and open source design, the collection of 3D printed stationery are available for public download. The designers invite everyone to modify, improve, and adapt the collection to new materials, techniques and formal explorations. All the files developed to produce the collection are available here.

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David wrote at 1/16/2014 10:09:53 PM:

You can just slice them into separate files using Netfabb.

Harsha wrote at 1/16/2014 3:52:40 AM:

The STL is 10MB file and when you load you can barely fit only 1 piece not sure how this helps anybody to print other objects, wish they had shared multiple files to print different objects



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