The seven-month-old company has primarily focused on furniture so far, but are working on ambitious plans to tackle automotive and architectural scale projects soon."These probably wont look like your ordinary car or house though," he warns.The word “Disrupt” is thrown around a lot in our industry.However, what does it mean to truly “disrupt” an industry?, whose fares connect smaller cities, towns and bigger cities such as Malaga, Granada and Seville with Madrid through a six-hour-long ride, and Costa del Sol, Malaga, Seville, Cordoba, Jaen and Almeria with Alicante, Valencia and Barcelona.
"We invite everyone to take part and become your own manufacturer," he says."In fact I was pleased by all the little errors and oddities the machine embedded in the prints."Working at a giant scale also creates compelling design opportunities.Novel plastics with conductive, magnetic, and aesthetic properties will enable designers to experiment with new kinds of constructions.One of the knocks against FFF 3-D printing is the low-resolution and ridged surface typical of the process, but when scaled up to the size of furniture, the trademark texture feel more like woodgrain than a manufacturing defect."I was not really interested in producing perfect prints," says Oehmigen.
However, if you are thinking about doing so, remember that it usually costs more and it takes longer than flying.