The tables in the Plumón collection are made using an innovative method, 3D stoneware printing. 3D printing and new technologies offer endless possibilities and open the doors to a vast uncharted territory, on both an industrial and an aesthetic level. We wanted to try out some of these possibilities that would be completely impossible with the traditional production method: shapes, textures, sizes, and a constructive system that only this method offers. The opportunity to formally change each manufactured part, with no two alike, affords a unique productive freedom. The fact that no mould is required, that the parts are fired at low temperature, shortens the process and enables a more dynamic and agile approach to the project.