I’ve recently been corresponding with reader Michał Baran, who has been working on one of the most unusual 3D printing processes yet seen.
Baran, a jeweler by trade, is located in Poland, where he postulates different methods of making objects. I should point out he not only postulates them, but in several cases has performed experiments necessary to prove they are feasible, including this highly unusual and as-yet-to-be-named foam-based 3D printing process.
One of his projects involves a radically new way to 3D print using foam, a method that in retrospect is so obvious it is surprising it has not been attempted previously.
I asked Baran to explain how this concept came to be, and he replied with the most unusual story: “Because I didn’t know anything, […]
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