By: Ami Drach & Dov Ganchrow, 2014
Material: VeroGray / stone
Technology: Polyjet
Manufactured by: Stratasys and ARAN R&D

This project brings together two of the most distant making technologies: prehistoric tool making and contemporary 3D printing. The project starts with shaping a flint and 3D scanning it, and is completed with the design, print, and assembly of custom handles.

Tel Aviv-based product designer Ami Drach (1963-2012) and Dov Ganchrow work on projects that include medical product design, furniture, lighting, consumer products, museum exhibit design as well as more personal and experimental design studies and conceptual objects.

Their works have been shown extensively and are in private and museum collections.

They are both graduates of the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem’s Industrial Design Department, where Ami was a Professor and former department head and Dov continues to lecture.