adidas Futurecraft 3D envisions a future where 3D foot scans and 3D printing will provide runners with a custom fit finish midsole.
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3D printed clothing so intricate that it couldn't be produced by traditional manufacturing methods.
A elegantly designed robotic arm that can laser cut, 3D print, paint, fabricate and assemble all from one device.
A 3D laser printer so precise, it can print onto sheets of seaweed, and capable of automatically tracing drawings for engraving.
They send the audio components, you provide the 3D printer. 20 hours later you've got your own set of customized headphones.
A 3D printed clutch that was inspired by the fruit from a cypress tree.
The first 3D printed shoes made out of carbon fiber.
This collection uses a common video game tool to create unique, user-based pieces.
3D printed jewelry that replicates the intricate nature of plant biology.
Turn seasonal produce into wearable, edible design you can snack on when you get the munchies.
3D printed jewelry that results in a moiré pattern when you view them at different angles.
Now you can 3D print your next sofa - who would have thought?!
3D printing taken to the next level with a trio of new faucets that push the boundaries of what's possible.
A brand-new range of eyeglasses that are 3D printed to fit your face.
A colorful, faceted, and modular wall storage system that's made with 3D printers.
Plumen and Formaliz3d joined forces to design a tailored, 3D printed shade for the Plumen bulbs.