Mark Bloomfield , Cass Jewellery and Silversmithing lecturer and owner of Electrobloom recently saw his 3D Priniting approach pitted against that of traditional potter Geoff Kenward.
Date: 17 November 2014
Mark Bloomfield, Cass Jewellery and Silversmithing lecturer and owner of Electrobloom recently saw his 3D Priniting approach pitted against that of traditional potter Geoff Kenward.
The competition was set up by Video journalist Dougal Shaw to answer in the questions 'should we think of 3D printing as a new branch of arts and crafts?' and 'Does it have any right to be considered a craft at all?'
So what was the outcome? Find out on the BBC website
- Full story: bbc.co.uk/news
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