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Holit prints artistic centerpiece for a Michelin Star restaurant

Holit, a manufacturing and Creative Studio in Rosmalen near Den Bosch in the Netherlands, and Federico Sarzi Amadè, Sous chef at Locanda Margon created a unique and artistic centrepiece that reminds customers of the beautiful surrounding.

Holit utilizes new technologies and specializes in 3D Printing on-demand, 3D design and consulting. With more than 8 years of experience in the field and an ever-growing interest in the newest possibilities and techniques, Holit specializes in helping companies or individuals find creative solutions for all sorts of projects or problems. With the help of 3D printing, Holit aims to support their customers in the mission of reducing their impact on the environment by reducing the production of spare parts, production waste and reducing the space needed for storage. Holit further assists in producing products on-demand locally and with the option of using recycled materials.

A stalk of a grape

Chef Edoardo Fumagalli and the Sous Chef Federico Sarzi Amadè at Locanda Margon – a 1-star Michelin restaurant located in the countryside of Trento, approached Holit to create a unique centrepiece that reminds customers of the beautiful surrounding.
Surrounded by natural terraces and endless vineyards, the team picked the stalk of a grape and designed an initial prototype. After a few iterations, the model was completed and approved. Holit proceeded to produce all the necessary parts using SLA printing. The pieces were post-processed by painting with RAL 8017 in colour selected by the customer and coating with a food-safe epoxy resin.

(c) Pictures & links: Holit & Locanda Margon

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