May 21, 2012

Endless Extruded Plastic Kids Rocker By Dirk Vander Kooij

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Amsterdam designer Dirk Vander Kooij developed his Endless Flow Process for his 2010 Eindhoven thesis project. Since then, he's refined it to the point where his repurposed industrial robot extruder can print a plastic chair out of recycled refrigerator components in just a couple of hours.

Here's a nice little video of the goopy Endless Process:

At EUR480 for the kid-size rocker, I'm guessing the injection molded crap plastic furniture industry is not yet quaking in its boots.

Endless Flow Products, including The Little One rocker [dirkvanderkooij.nl via kottke]

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