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Sandhelden: tapping into the bathroom design market with 3D sand printing

Sandhelden: tapping into the bathroom design market with 3D sand printing

Written by David

November 9, 2018

Consumer 3D printing is an interesting sector at the moment. While some areas, like 3D printed eyewear, may feel a bit saturated, others are almost completely untapped. German company Sandhelden is a good example of a company seeking to leverage 3D printing in a pretty unique way: by offering a collection of design-oriented 3D printed washbasins. Sandhelden was founded in 2014 in Luebeck, Germany by a team of people who sought to explore additive manufacturing in a new and innovative way. Four years down the road and the company has certainly succeeded in doing something interesting with sand-based and other types of 3D printing. We spoke to Carlos del Castillo González from Sandhelden’s product design team to learn more about the business. Tess Boissonneault: Could you give us a bit of background about Sandhelden? Carlos del Castillo González: Back near the end of 2014 the company was founded by […]

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