We are at Christmas time and practically all the families of our country begin, some earlier and others later, to take out those Christmas trees and nativity scenes from their cupboards to dust them and display them in their best clothes. Many are the pieces that have not survived from one year to the next and must be replaced along the way, as if makerSurely you have had the idea of building your own.
This is precisely what they must have thought of the Divina Pastora College from the city of León (Spain) although changing their philosophy a bit since, instead of a traditional nativity scene, they have decided to create the largest in the world made by a 3D printer so that they can choose to enter the Guinness Book of the Records.
The Colegio Divina Pastora de León shows us its impressive 3D printed nativity scene.
Five are the imposing figure thirsty almost a meter that make up this creative nativity scene, how could it be otherwise, there is no lack of figures such as Saint Joseph, the Virgin, the Child Jesus, the ox and the mule. As a detail, tell you that in order to create these five figures a 3D printer has had to work practically without rest, nothing less than 1.738 hours for its creation and another 100 hours for decoration.
As you can see in the images, without a doubt the nativity scene is simply a work of art, a work in which a total of 13 people have collaborated who, to have it ready on these dates, had to start there in the month of May. of 2016. While they have already begun to carry out the procedures for enter the Guinness Book of RecordsFrom the AMPA of the school they are already evaluating the possibility of expanding it with new figures that should be ready for next year.
Further information: Leon News