I've been involved in 3D Printing for about 3 years 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.
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.