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100 Percent Winner, the Mama Seat by Jacky Spencer


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Congratulations Jacky :-)
#1 Dizingof on 2010-09-26 16:52 (Reply)
So what's it made of?
#2 Veronica on 2010-09-26 18:31 (Reply)
Best on the picture on the previous 100% blog post you can see its a scaled down model,
3D printed in Magenta Strong & Flexible.

I assume a large "child size" model will use some other industrial material suited for the job and kids-safe, should the designer take it to the "retail phase".
#3 Dizingof on 2010-09-26 19:23 (Reply)
I don't get it. o_0
#4 roofoo on 2010-09-27 02:06 (Reply)
[edit] Should read: Based on the picture from...
#5 Dizingof on 2010-09-27 04:17 (Reply)
I also don't get it. What's this thing all about? How (and why) would this thing ever be 3D printed? Forget prototyping even. This just plain looks silly and uncomfortable.
#6 zim zam on 2010-09-27 23:20 (Reply)
Is there a full ranking? Or just one winner?
#7 Rob Parthoens on 2010-09-28 09:51 (Reply)
Hi Rob,

One winner, although there were a few inquiries from buyers for the other finalists on display, including for direct sales, retail buyers and a few magazines looking for more info :-)
#8 Duann on 2010-09-30 10:25 (Reply)

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