Italy print service provider Colorzenith has 3D printed a life-size replica of the classic Italian car, Lancia B24 for the Don Pasquale opera, using Massivit 1800 3D Printer. The opera will perform in Europe’s largest opera house La Scala in Milan. The set designers, Davide Livermore together with GIҠFORMA, required a lightweight car for an iconic scene where soprano, Rosa Feola, descends from the ceiling to the stage while sitting in the car. Reflecting the growing adoption of 3D printing solutions in scenic design, Colorzenith produced the car on its Massivit 1800 3D printer. The 4.23-m long and 1.3m high (13.88 x 4.27ft) car was 3D printed in four parts in four days.
Once printed, the car was sanded and strengthened with an internal metal frame to withstand the month-long performance. The team also glued headlights, mudguards and door handles to create a more lifelike appearance and provide a whole new immersive experience for theatre audiences. Florian Boje, Founder of GIҠFORMA, said Massivit 3D printing was the perfect solution to produce a lightweight replica of the car. Considering the tight production timeframe, it was impossible to realize this with another technology.
Apr 25, 2019 0According to McKinsey Fashionscope, India is increasingly becoming a focal point for fashionistas with more than 300 international brands expected to open stores in the next two years. A rapidly...
Apr 25, 2019 0
Apr 22, 2019 0
Jun 20, 2001 Comments Off on Computerised Routing Systems
Jun 20, 2003 Comments Off on Laser Innovation : Capturing the corporate market with Awards
Feb 20, 2005 0