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3D Printed Puzzle Chair by Joris Laarman Lab and Ultimaker

 Joris Laarman lab has teamed up with Ultimaker to create the first crowed fabricated chair, showing that future furniture could be the collaborative work of creative people coming together through 3D printing.

The prototype of the “Puzzle Chair” was created out of a singe shape split into 202 jigsaw puzzle parts, which were then 3D printed on Ultimaker’s 3D printers. The design of the chair was further improved and consists now of only 77 parts that can be manufactured in about 10 days. According to Ultimaker the material costs for 3D printing start at $ 30.

The Puzzle Chair design can be downloaded on Youmagine as well as on the project’s spin-off site Bits & Parts.

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