Back in 2007, I was still studying architecture back then,
I was introduced to 3D printing at my university.
It was one of those starch printers, the layers were about 1 mm thick and the end product was rough, but still,
I was really intrigued by the potentially endless posibilities of the technique.
A year later I read an article in the Dutch magazine
about the future of 3D printing and ever since I've been following the developments closely.
Over the years I have designed a lot of things to be 3D printed. Most of them were printed by Shapeways, and later on through 3D Hubs, but in 2013 (well actually 2012, but I got it through Kickstarter, so I had to wait a while) I bought my own 3D printer, the Form 1. You can read more about that on the Replicreate page.
On this page I've collected some of the prints I've made. Some I've printed myself, others are printed by professional services, but everything is drawn and designed by me.