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It lasted 15 months. The first city sculpture led by medium 2.0.

fangxinfangxin Posts: 14
NerveGear
It lasted 15 months. The first city sculpture led by medium 2.0 was built in China. 15 meters high,  marble.
Used 1:1 3D printing and manual sculpture. Prove that medium can be used as a productivity tool. Expect medium to be more perfect and powerful.




Comments

  • choychoy Posts: 5 Oculus Staff
    This is incredible!!! Thanks for sharing!!
  • choychoy Posts: 5 Oculus Staff
    Where is this located?
  • P3nT4gR4mP3nT4gR4m Posts: 1,700 Valuable Player
    Insane! That's so cool
  • CrashFuCrashFu Posts: 1,756 Valuable Player
    I expect this to show up as Home decoration in the near future, eh?   Super cool.
    It's hard being the voice of reason when you're surrounded by unreasonable people.
  • kojackkojack Posts: 5,292 Volunteer Moderator
    I know there's companies like http://www.desamanera.com/en/3d-printing.aspx that can 3d print stone (they use quarry waste dust like marble and bond it using a chemical reaction. Others use photosensitive polymers). They can do big things and they say it has no height limit, but 15m sounds pretty big for one print. :)

  • fangxinfangxin Posts: 14
    NerveGear
    choy said:
    Where is this located?
    The sculpture is located in Xixian County, Xinyang City, Henan Province, China.
  • fangxinfangxin Posts: 14
    NerveGear
    CrashFu said:
    I expect this to show up as Home decoration in the near future, eh?   Super cool.
    I have been engaged in sculpture art, you are talking about the form of home decoration, I understand the use of medium to make sculptures, in fact, I am already doing this work, and I also apply medium to landscape design.
  • fangxinfangxin Posts: 14
    NerveGear
    kojack said:
    I know there's companies like http://www.desamanera.com/en/3d-printing.aspx that can 3d print stone (they use quarry waste dust like marble and bond it using a chemical reaction. Others use photosensitive polymers). They can do big things and they say it has no height limit, but 15m sounds pretty big for one print. :)

    Thanks for sharing!The sculpture testing phase used 1:1 polyfoam digital engraving, finally used 1:1 marble digital carving, and then made a manual combination and made a detail carving and finishing.

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