A small (6.5 cm) 3D printed ceramic pitcher designed by Guy Levkov, graduate of HIT, Beit Binyamini.
The difference between the digital file and the printed ceramic pot highlights the gap between planning and execution in the material-physical world. The digital file is accurate, symmetrical and flawless, while the urn warped during firing and gravity caused the soft clay to ooze in some places. The gap between the urn and the digital file came to stimulate a discussion about the difference between the virtual world and the material reality, and to demonstrate the potential changes in the translation of virtual information into a three-dimensional material object.
Please note that there may be changes in the product received compared to the image on the website because the material comes out slightly different each time.