The number of 3D printed products that you can buy is growing by the second. Some are wearable. Some are medical. And some are for your home. Take a closer look into the future where amazing home décor items made out of recycled materials like plastic.
3D printed faucets. DXV by American Standard is taking it to the next level with their brand new creative faucet designs created with 3D printing technology. Using selective laser sintering, each faucet takes about 24 hours to be printed out of solid metal. This faucet was focused on designing the experience of water, mimicking that of water trickling through a riverbed. Using Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD) technology to adjust each of the 19 waterways, the design team was able to achieve the proper effect.
This coffee table called “Wave City” mixes wood, steel and 3D printing to result in a well-balanced, functional product produced in a limited edition by designer Luca Nichetto.
The Long Cell Chair or Adaptation Chair was composed of vertical long cells that started at the bottom like legs and transformed their geometry to serve the needs of different areas in the chair. Designed by is a pioneer of 3D printing of metal furniture – Joris Laarman.
The Kids Puzzle Chair consists of 15 large puzzle pieces that can be printed on a standard consumer printer. You can either download the 3D print file or have it made for you.
Handvas are 3D printed hands that attach to the wall to hold up your prints and posters in a more creative way than tape or thumbtacks.
The Endless Chair by Dirk Vander Kooij is one plastic string, made out of old refrigerators, crafted by a robot, into a chair. Designer taught a robot his new craft, drawing furniture out of one endlessly long plastic string.
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The Wire is a vase designed by Ivan Zhurba that’s unique in that it can be customized in different sizes and modifications using selective laser sintering 3D printing technology.
Chubby chair by Dirk Vander Kooij. The moldable looking Chubby has a soft, toothpaste like appearance but it is in fact as tough as oak wood.
Bird’s Nest Egg Cup: because your egg needs a place to sit too.
Lilian van Daal created an incredible Biomimicry: 3D printed soft seat chair inspired by nature.
Jumbo 3D printed little elephant toothbrush holder.
Cleo Teal Bottle Opener is 3D printed stainless steel 24k gold enrobed bottle opener.
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