The Solar flower is a unique project that combines art, technology, and sustainability. Inspired by the beauty, geometry, and complexity of nature, Cory Zwerlein, Founder of Still Alive Lights, set out to design interactive lights, powered by the sun. Now, by utilizing Kickstarter and 3D printing, the Still Alive Lights team is making their dream a reality.
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With a product, there is always room for improvement whether it’s a small tweak, or a new design. Typically, the prototyping process is a long and expensive one involving outsourced production, waiting on shipments, making revisions, and continuing again. By utilizing Raise3D’s N2 Plus printers, they gained the stability and reliability to print, prototype and produce in-house, and for weeks on end. By applying 3D printing, the number of tests and prototypes that could be created quickly and efficiently became limitless.
|“[The Raise3D N-Series printers] are the first 3D printers I've used that I'm not afraid to let run overnight! Once our team has finalized a product's print settings, we can let our N2s run for two weeks straight and our only maintenance task will be cleaning our nozzles a couple times a week.”||
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