With 3D printing all the rage we turned to the most impressive projects out there and how they could benefit our clients and candidates artistic passions. With prices starting at $1,500, 3D printing isn’t easily accessible to every creative soul. 3D Hubs is a good source for locating spots where you can print while sussing out if investing in a printer is right for you.
Scott Summit, the co-founder of Bespoke, created the first ever 3D printed guitar. The wood guitars are made from is becoming scarce, so polyamide is a progressive option. Plus, it’s recyclable.
The One Cup A Day project is printing one ceramic espresso cup a day for sale online. It’s an interesting project from both the consumer and creator’s perspectives.
These 3D printed high heels were created by Pauline Van Dongen and made out of laser sintered nylon. They come in a multitude of colors and you should be the first to rock them!
3D Printed fabric may just start edging manufactures as the fabric of the future. It’s far more environmentally friendly and requires less labor.
What’s your favorite concept? And if money weren’t an option, what would you print? Comment here or Tweet at us!