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Rastal: 3D-printer for the development of glass moulds

Jakob Dück (l), responsible for CAD construction and product design at Rastal and Rastal chief designer, Carsten Kehrein, developing a new glass mould.

Jakob Dück (l), responsible for CAD construction and product design at Rastal and Rastal chief designer, Carsten Kehrein, developing a new glass mould.

D – Rastal has invested in a 3D printer. Using rapid prototyping the printer produces glass ideas fast and at low prices as semi-transparent 3D models in original sizes. Thanks to the innovative technology – the printer builds the tool out of layers of photo-polymer plastic following the so-called SLA process – the designs for the exclusive glasses that are developed in the company’s in-house design studio can be produced within a few hours and haptically tested.

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