It does what it says on the tin. Architectburo DUS, a dutch design firm, and Utilimaker teamed up, turned a shipping container on its side and shoehorned 3D printing technology into the mix. The result is Kamermaker, “Kamer” meaning room in Dutch. With maximum printing dimensions of 2 meter square and 3.5 meters high, this beast could crap out your next coffee table.
We know how standard 3D printers work, but the Kamermaker marches to the beat of a different drum. Instead of squirting plastic into layers to build a 3D model, Kamermaker squeezes together tiny plastic pellets to produce lamps, couches, rooms and at this rate, even cars could theoretically be printed by the Room-maker. We’ll let this video speak for Kamermaker.
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