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Eierbecher by Froland's

Eierbecher

3D metal printed bike derailleur pendant via Shapeways. Just a prototype now, soon in production on Gothamsmith.

Steampunk this fukur printing is invading custom cycling! metal printed bike derailleur pendant via Shapeways. Just a prototype now, soon in production on Gothamsmith.

#3DPrinting #Architecture #Bridge

Printing Stratasys printing technology produces astonishingly smooth, detailed architectural models in an array of materials, including rigid photopolymers ready for painting and finishing.

3d printed mini greenhouse

The GROWW printed minimal greenhouse provides you an elegant way to display your favorite plant's growth process on your desk.

A 3d print of a 2d representation of a wormhole! #3dprint #3dprinting #future #technology #tech #innovate

conceptMODEL physical model, print, concept, structure, architecture Maybe something for Printer Chat?

(cu) Espresso Cup by kspaho    Check out www.shapeways.com

(cu) Espresso Cup by kspaho on Shapeways.i have a hard time deciding whether I like it, or would imagine drinking coffee from an alien.

milk splash amphora by Phamora Ceramics, 3-D printed $135

Phamora

Phamora Ceramics from Shapeways Printing, Makerbot Replicator

Joris Laarman (NL1979) - Puzzle Chair 3D, 2014

Who says that printers are only for making small objects such as toys, spare parts, and chess pieces? Artist Joris Laarman and several others are changing this philosophy. Laarman, who is a world renown artist, uses printing in much of his work.

stereographic lampshades

Ancient mathematical technique applied to printed stereographic lampshade. Mathematician Jason Cole was inspired by a classic technique that goes as far back ancient Greece in order to create beautiful, personalized stereographic light displays.

Christmas Cookies | 10 3D-Printed Foods

Snacks of the Future: 10 Foods You Can 3D Print

Snacks of the Future: 10 Foods You Can Print via Brit + Co.

Absolutely stunning texture coming through. I really want to explore 3D printed ceramics. Badly.

With his Functional Printed Ceramics Olivier van Herpt is looking to “bake in” the randomness, uniqueness into the process in order to every time get a truly unique piece.