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Blue and Purple Random Geometry 3d Printed Hand Painted Ring

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the possibilities continue. imagine with 3D scanners to get the perfect fit for body parts.

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A Japanese design lab 'Monocircus', that create accessories and home wear using 3-D Printing, they produced many wearable objects including this bow tie, made from polyamide plastic. It doesn't need to be tied and can be slotted onto the top button of a shirt. The sell their items online, so they are available to anyone.

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Look Ma, I Made It Myself! 10 Amazing Things 3-D Printers Can Do Now

"Jewelers typically prototype new pieces by hand-carving models out of wax that are then cast in precious metal — a labor-intensive process that is prone to small accidents. Today, the maker can design a model in a CAD/CAM program like JewelStudio and create the form with a 3-D printer or CNC mill."

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23 useful things you can make with a 3-D printer

Another classic problem – this keeps all your toothpaste packed near the top of the tube.

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Can't Afford Tiffany? Get Your Wedding Ring From A 3-D Printed Mold

6 | Can't Afford Tiffany? Get Your Wedding Ring From A 3-D Printed Mold | Co.Design | business + design

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Slick Trick Adds Much-Needed Shine to 3-D Printed Parts

This is a really cool trick that has been developed to give printed models a nice glossy finish as opposed to the rough layered texture the printing gives.

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Maker Mom Builds Cookie-Cutter Empire With 3-D Printers

Athey Moravetz is doing some tasty work with her 3-D printers. The video game designer has worked on Playstations games like Resistance Retribution and Uncharted Golden Abyss. She's also a self described "jack-of-all-trades," skilled with 3-D modeling tools like Maya, and knows how to design compelling characters with them.

||It's so interesting to me to see how far 3D printing has come. For me, it's even more intriguing because I have the opportunity to see it from an engineer's design side as well as from the art design side. 3D printing has a variety of avenues it can take. Excited to see where it continues to go. I do wish we had more opportunities to work with the 3D printers since they are available on campus.||

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