The world’s first 3D-printed camper

Saskatoon-based Wave of the Future 3D, with assistance from Create Café 3D Printing Solutions Inc and Saskatchewan Polytechnic, has produced the world’s first 3D-printed full-sized camper. For more information see the IDTechEx report on 3D printing.   Named The Wave, the camper designed by Wave of the Future 3D, was printed in one piece and took around 230 hours to 3D print. The camper, which has a 100-year life expectancy, weighs 600 lbs and stands 6′ wide and 13′ long, and can be taken off of its base and put on stilts for a more permanent position; it also has three covered holes in the floor so it can be used as an ice-fishing hut in the cold Canadian winters. The camper was printed at Create Cafe.   “We believe any problem can be solved through 3D-printing,” says Dustin Maki, CEO and founder of Create Café. “We are excited to 3D-print the world’s first camper. This project wouldn’t be possible without our relationship with Sask Polytech. Through an applied research grant we collaborated on the development of custom, high-flow nozzles that push the boundaries of 3D-printing.”
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Source: The world’s first 3D-printed camper | 3D Printing Progress

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