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3D Printed Kite Flies

3D Printed Kite Flies

Two Wales-based artists, Heather and Ivan Morison, have utilized a 3D printer to create an eight-foot cubic sculpture that can actually fly. The unique-looking kite is composed of 23,000 individual components made from cutting-edge lightweight carbon-fiber and nylon materials. The kite flown in the photo is one part of a larger work of three sections which unite to form a sculpture called Little Shining Man. More info, including photos and video, at Mail Online.

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