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3D printing is amazing in all shapes and sizes, but this featured item on '' caught my attention. They are non-standard measuring spoon sizes. :) Of course, 3D printing has a billion other uses, but I like things like this, customizable measuring spoons, so you can have the sizes you use, but manufacturers don't bother to carry.