CNC'ed Icepops: Carl Cox eats himself

Melt Icepops (Facebook) haben sich grade eine Eis-Am-Stiel-CNC-Fräse crowdfinanzieren lassen, auf dem Bild oben isst sich Carl Cox grade selbst und irgendwo in Russland friert den Leuten von der Agentur Stoyn grade das Hirn ein.

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3D printing an ice pop would be a tricky task – so the group has devised an alternative solution: the Icepop Generator. This is a CNC machine which will function as a sort of mechanical sculptor. It operates using a sort of drill which travels back and forth across three axises. In this way, a design is carved out of a block of material.

In the case of the Icepop Generator the CNC machine will be built in a freezer with a fourth axis which turns the ice. A block of ice on a stick is processed in the machine which reveals the desired form. The machine itself consist partially of a glass freezer so that it is possible to people are able to view the process in real time.

3Ders: Personalized popsicles with the Icepop Generator

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