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Digital | Cutlery | Pott: Design Award 2017 | Deutsches Klingenmuseum | Solingen | 2017

Each individual cutlery item can be reduced to an individual data file and produced by means of a 3D stainless steel printer anywhere in the world. Employing the additive manufacturing process saves material and removes the need for complex mould production. It also minimises transport distances.

The formal idea evolved in the course of the design drawing process. The drawn outline is divided: the head section is filled in while the handle has a looped outline.

Stainless steel cutlery, produced by 3D printing, polished either by hand or machine.  Photos: models made of wood and laminated plastic as 3D prints

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