Third Industrial Revolution exhibition-Inside 3D Printing Show and conferenceNEW YORK, April 3, 2014 — (PRNewswire) — Based on Mobile Homestead by the late artist Mike Kelley, Ioan Florea created a 3D printed house that traveled from Illinois to Manhattan, N.Y., on an 18-wheeler flatbed truck.
On the way to New York, a visit was made in Youngstown, Ohio, at America Makes NAMII (National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute), where Ioan Florea donated some art for permanent display. The 3D printed house was created through a collaboration between Voxeljet AG and the artist. In the process was used one of the largest industrial 3D printers in existence, courtesy of Voxeljet AG, in combination with Florea's original 3D liquid metal transfer technique.
Part of the exhibition is the 3D printed liquid metal Ford Torino symbol of the Third Industrial Revolution, making the transition from assembly line mass production to mass customization reflecting the Postfordism. The exhibition is made possible by Mediabistro, owner of Inside 3D Printing conference and show, held in 10 countries.
The Third Industrial Revolution
Javits Convention Center
April 2-4 2014
New York, NY
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