3D printing sets new records

Printing has gone well beyond what we could have imagined decades ago. And this year’s entrance pavilion at Design Miami proves just that. The installation, titled Flotsam & Jetsam, was printed using 3D technology and stands as the current world record holder for largest object to be printed. Two fabrication partners were involved in creating this one-of-a-kind object that allows for a unique visitor experience. Standing at over 20’ at its tallest point, visitors can meander through the installation, saddle up to the bar or take it all in from nearby benches – each of which are 3D printed objects. Image what this could mean for the future of experiential marketing and “pop-up” retail outlets where we can literally print our own space?!

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