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Tas Oszkay, Mo Harmon, and Jac Currie are graduate students at UCLA's school of Architecture and Urban Design who re-imagined skateboard product design using (http://www.solidconcepts.com/3d-print...) Solid Concepts' 3D Printing to manufacture an incredible board in one unit. Their board is an involved aesthetic dialogue between form and function. The design reveals heavy influences from the team's organic inspiration, Radiolaria. From a machining perspective, the complex mineral shell of radiolarians is nothing short of a nightmare. The patterns of the organism from under a microscope weave into each other, looking roughly similar to a dried up piece of sea reef. The team took the basic design of the silica skeletons unique to radiolarians and further complicated it through layering using CAD software.Here is the post about first 3d printed skateboard project:
Their board is self identified as a cruiser, meant for gracing the beach front or getting about campus. They think in the future they might look into trick boards; 3d Printing is a technology capable of being extremely light, and that would factor well into such a venture. But for now, they're experimenting with the more relaxed board.