Industrial designers at Aston developed a range of product concepts created using Kenyan made AB3D printers. Ten product case studies were produced that demonstrate the depth and diversity of 3D printing.
Engineers at Voltarent worked to design new 3D printing hardware. A Kenyan made 3D printer was developed, which reduces production time and improves print quality.
University of Nairobi
Staff and students in the industrial design department were provided with, and educated in 3D printing. The provision of these printers has enabled the use of this technology in their curriculum.
3D printer with four extruders...0
3D printed casing with internal fan...0
3D printed housing and motion sensor...0
This retro fitting water filter can be attached onto any tap, the easily removed and cleaned when necessary....0
All terrain vehicle with independent suspension...0
These decorative room dividers exhibit how 3D printing can be used in furnishing to make them more exciting and...0
Encouraging STEM subjects in school is becoming increasingly important, and inspiring children to use 3D...0
3D printing has the ability to create incredible, unique and memorising shapes and patterns. In this concept these...0
With delicate design, a comfortable and durable shoe sole can be 3D printed. This sole is designed to be flexible...0
This simple light chassis is enough to make a beautiful LED light. The outer housing will hang from a wire, whilst...0
These luxury tables can be assembles quickly and easily using the 3D printed brackets that secures the legs and...0
There is no need to keep several measuring devices and swapping between whilst cooking with this adjustable...0
Insect & mosquito traps are requirements in most homes, however they are often unsightly and intrusive. This...0
These custom pipe joints allow users to simply enter the diameters of the pipes they would like to connect and...0
Project funded by Royal Academy of Engineering – Frontiers of Engineering for Development