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How KeyShot is Helping the Digital Meet the Physical in 3D Printing

Stefan Reichert is an Industrial Designer from Germany, working at Sonos, Inc. in Santa Barbara, California. A recent article on Wired about a crazy small 3D printer featured his 2012 Bachelor Thesis for Industrial Design, a 3D printer that went on to win the Core77 Design Awards. Stefan used KeyShot throughout the Xeos 3D printer project which included imagery for concept and presentation, along with a full-size model of the printer created from 3D printed and CNC machined parts. It’s digital tied into the physical and Stefan does an incredible job of delivering visuals that show it off so well. From Stefan’s Coroflot project page: “The clean

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11 Sep
3d-magic @3dmagic
RT @KeyShot3D: 3D Printing? 3D Rendering? See how they compliment each other... http://t.co/aIIkNiBGvK #3dprinting #xeos3d http://t.co/1rjt
11 Sep
Tuan TRANPHAM @ttranpham
RT @KeyShot3D: 3D Printing? 3D Rendering? See how they compliment each other... http://t.co/aIIkNiBGvK #3dprinting #xeos3d http://t.co/1rjt