Wednesday, October 03, 2012

13.30 printable headphones by John Mabry ( TEAGUE)

-John Mabry from teague came up with a really clever product, some kind of a revolution actually, the ability to print on demand your own headphones, with a 3d printer as affordable as the Replicator 1 or replicator 2 from files are free to download on thingiverse , This headphone model has 9 parts that are divided into 3 different builds optimized for the Replicator build platform. From Mabry's own word : What if printed prototypes could become actual products? Meaning, once off the print bed an object could be assembled without any tools and be made functional by readily attainable components. Unveiled at World maker fair this week end . A great idea and a great realisation overall, now i just have to wait for my replicator 2 to print one for myself. some more infos about the launch at makerfair

1 comment:

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Stunning article, how can we print headphones ??