All our products are digital files suitable for 3D printing in FDM technology
WYSIWYP - what you see is what you print
In the 80s and 90s of the last century it was very common to create digital demos, on home computers such as the Commodore 64 and Amiga, to be used as introductions or as a simple display of mastery.
One of the classic elements of these demos was represented by clouds of spheres that danced sinuously on the screen to the rhythm of techno music.
PennAmiga was born from the fascination of those "ancient" dancing spheres, with a sinuous and almost organic shape that creates an elegant and original-looking pen holder
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