Dutch Windmill

Dutch Windmill 3d printed Accessories Sculptures Front view rendering of the Windmill in white
Front view rendering of the Windmill in white
Dutch Windmill 3d printed Accessories Sculptures Front view rendering of the Windmill in white
Dutch Windmill 3d printed Accessories Sculptures Front view rendering of the Windmill in white
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Dutch Windmill 3d printed Accessories Sculptures Screen Capture of Windmill in PreForm Application
Dutch Windmill 3d printed Accessories Sculptures Screen Capture of Windmill in PreForm Application
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Dutch Windmill 3d printed Accessories Sculptures Back view rendering of the Windmill in white
Dutch Windmill 3d printed Accessories Sculptures Back view rendering of the Windmill in white
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Dutch Windmill 3d printed Accessories Sculptures
Dutch Windmill 3d printed Accessories Sculptures
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About this Product

I've been involved in 3D Printing for about 8 months and enjoy designing complex and intricate 3D Models. As a means of strengthening my skills and broadening my experience, I enter competitions that push the boundaries of technology and ingenuity.

This Dutch Windmill tests the limits of 3D Printing technology by outputting a completely assembled and functional Windmill. Although I own an older 3D Printer (FDM) and can print basic shapes, the quality and resolution pale in comparison to the Form1 Printers. I often have to 3D print my designs 2 to 5 times larger, so that I can successfully output the product.

As a designer, holding and testing my prototypes is a means of validating the product and qualifying the design. Acquiring a Form 1 printer would enable me to output exact and highly precise products, ultimately streamlining my creative design process.

The Windmill has two moving parts - the blades spin and the top rotates. The rotation of the top of the Windmill is managed by a platform slide located at the base of the product.

This product is an exact replicate of a Polder Mill located in Kinderdijk, the Netherlands.

Dimensions

IN: 3.535 w x 2.769 d x 4.495 h
CM: 8.98 w x 7.034 d x 11.418 h
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