Janne Kyttanen creates a 3d printed sofa

06 Jun

Janne Kyttanen creates a 3d printed sofa

Experts, researchers, innovators are the people who took this 3d printing technology to the top level. Many experts are there who have created many things in their field and but only a few has in depth knowledge in all applications using 3d printing, Janne Kyttanen is such person who worked in all sorts of applications right from clothes to various food items, and many more.

3d printed sofa

Janne Kyttanen is a senior designer, innovative idea provider, working in 3d systems to create many creative things using 3d printers. The latest one he created will take certainly take you surprise. He 3d printed a 2.5 KG sofa which has the strength to hold up to 100 kg and this is one among the fine example of how strong, and affordable to create. The Sofa is created based on the spider-web and silkworm cocoons.

3d printed sofa?

In order to create this sofa, he used utilized 2.5 liters of resin material to make a geometric cross section plan for the 1.5-meter lounger that is formed to easily situate a human while at the same time utilizing as meager material as would be prudent. It took a lot of time and as the layers are around 6000, he used stereolithography 3D printing to create this sofa.

3d printed sofa?

"With 3D (printing) technology, we can express forms only found in nature," told Kyttanen,

In addition, he added copper and chrome plating for fine finishing.

3d printed sofa?

"How much material would we be able to save from products and building materials if we could manufacture like this?" asks Kytannen. "There's a whole range of benefits we can't even fathom today."

It looks whole lot different than our usual sofa, and hope we can print them soon, using our own desktops 3d printers in future.