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I am a maker and a researcher by nature. Curious and motivated to explore and combine digital fabrication methodologies with product and machine design to create objects of unique function and aesthetic intrigue. I am a limitless mad scientist and will not write off an idea until it has been tested or attempted.
After 4 years working in a Fab Lab in Germany, successfully instructed Fab-Academy at the [Fab Lab Brighton](http://fab.academany.org/2018/labs/fablabbrighton/) (University of Brighton), where I was also the lab's technician, now I have moved to Berlin where I remotely mentor Fab-Lab Brighton for Fab-Academy 2019. I also work with Hardware development for the Humboldt University Berlin and in my free-time I keep developing my own projects, including the following:
Beliving in recycling and upcycling, I've developed a big [build 3D printer](http://luizbueno.fabcloud.io/me/bueno3d_one.html) in order to produce big structures with recycled plastics. -Luiz Bueno
After 4 years working in the Fab Lab Kamp-Lintfort-Germany, 8 months as Technician of the [Fab Lab Brighton](http://fab.academany.org/2018/labs/fablabbrighton/)-UK (where I also instructed Fab-Academy), now I live in Berlin. Here I work as Hardware developer for the Humboldt University Berlin, and I remotely mentor Fab-Lab Brighton for their Fab-Academy 2019. In my free time, I work on my own projects. I've built a big [3D printer](http://luizbueno.fabcloud.io/me/bueno3d_one.html) to produce big objects from recycled plastics. -Luiz
[My Instagram - 3dbueno](http://instagram.com/3dbueno)
[My Instagram @3dbueno](http://instagram.com/3dbueno)
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luizbueno3d@gmail.com
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##My first BIG 3D printer
##Building a real big 3D printer
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I can be the type of person that when believes in one thing, talks about it.
I lost count on how many times I told people about my idea of building a big ass 3d printer to print fast and rought, quick and big.
My idea is that prints must not always look like it was not 3d printed. Maybe the contrary. Perhaps when it really looks like it was 3d printed, it can be a thing.
And foremost, THIS:
<center><img src="media/bueno3d_one/wholyhome01.jpg" alt="Bueno Board V2 01" style="width:100%;"></center>
I am the type of person that when believes in something, talks about it.
I lost count on how many times I told people about this idea I have of building a real big 3d printer to print fast and rought, quick and big, using recycled plastics.
My idea is that prints must not always look like it was NOT 3d printed. The contrary. I want to 3D print something that looks 3d printed!
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Here are some images of some of my latest prints:
Well, after some good months of work, here are some images of some of my latest prints:
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<center><img src="media/bueno3d_one/af3d_02.jpg" alt="Bueno Board V2 01" style="width:100%;"></center>
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<center><img src="media/bueno3d_one/bueno3d_one_01.jpg" alt="Bueno Board V2 01" style="width:100%;"></center>
Without a reference, this could be any size. Adding dimensions:
Dimensions:
depth: 1600mm (1.6 meter)
width: 1060mm (1 meter ~)
Height: 1100mm (1.1 meter)
If it print a person-figure in the X-Y diagonal, It will be higher than many people I know.
But the intention was not to print people. Well, limitless actually.
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###But why such a big 3D printer?
Well, among other things, I want to be able to print big structures like this:
<center><img src="media/bueno3d_one/wholyhome01.jpg" alt="Bueno Board V2 01" style="width:100%;"></center>
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This is a structures I idealized some years ago. With the help of a friend and student of mine [Paul Nichols](http://archive.fabacademy.org/2018/labs/fablabbrighton/students/paul-nichols/about.html), after the Fab Academy 2018's graduation, we developed a Grasshopper definition in conjunct. Paul's skills in GH are years ahead of mine, but our passion for it is quite the same.
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##ELECTRONICS of the printer:
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