The kids love these machines, seeing doodles come to life. Courtesy: XYZWorkshop.com
Ohhhhhhhhhh look, a plastic fantastic machine --- well, not exactly. In a nutshell these fabulous little machines print scribbles and doodles in 3-D, making them into the next best plastic made of corn. Yes ,we said a non toxic plastic ! How wonderful!
Robbie the Robot is fantasy turned reality, and is available on Etsy for $35
The Dinosaur is printed from Corn Plastic and is so super cool!
All of this is made available by XYZ Workshop! XYZ Workshop was formed in early 2013, by Australian Architects, Elena Low and Kae Woei Lim. This husband and wife team were intrigued by desktop manufacturing and spent their time out of their architectural work tinkering around with their kit assembled 3D printer from Ultimaker. Much like Architecture, they were drawn into the potential of 3d Printing as it fused aspects of Art, Sculpture and Technology.
Will this be the next plastic fantastic thing, collectible 50 years form now? Or will all that corn simply compost back into the ground? Guess we shall see..........
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XYZWorkshop on Etsy