This little Flymo is a prototype put together by ARRK comprising of 25 CNC components in ABS and clear acrylic, whipped together in under a fortnight that allowed for actual field trials to cut grass.
Garden tool manufacturer Husqvarna called upon ARRK to assist in the development of their new rear collection lawnmower, the Multimo 360XC.
After successful trials ARRK was then commissioned to produce vacuum castings to build 15 fully assembled lawnmowers to be used for photo shoots and marketing meetings.
The components were fully finished, textured, assembled and then delivered to the client within four weeks, just in time for the product launch.
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