SLS offers me a way to combine freedom of expressive forms with control over weight and structure in variations you can't make happen on a wood lathe or CNC mill.
A February day spent walking in the park. It's good to be outside. Short chill video playing some of my own kendama while the sun was out.
Printing via SLS is more expensive per kendama than buying plastic filament and a personal-sized 3D printer, but the added value in performance and appearance speaks for itself.