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Othr adds 3d-printed cup and saucer to its expanding collection

Designer Alissia Melka-Teichroew has added a tea set featuring perforated sugar spoon to the collection of homeware brand Othr

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Othr adds 3d-printed cup and saucer to its expanding collection

Designer Alissia Melka-Teichroew has added a tea set featuring perforated sugar spoon to the collection of homeware brand Othr

3D Print Beautiful Tableware From UAU Project’s Table7 Collection | All3DP

The Polish design studio UAU Project brings beautiful and useful printed tableware to your home with the collection.

cupsaucerspoon_byamt_25The Grid Cup, Saucer, and Spoon is a minimal design created by Alissia Melka-Techroew of byAMT for OTHR

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The Grid Cup, Saucer and Spoon is a minimal, printed porcelain and polished silver or gold plated design by Alissia Melka-Techroew of byAMT for OTHR.

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Universal Favourite produces colourful chocolates from 3D-printed moulds

In this week celebrating love, we are loving these interlocking chocolates that are a collaboration between Sydney-based digital agency Universal Favourite and Bakedown Cakery. Called ‘Complements’, they …

WhyNotWednesday: Verizon and MakerBot Are Offering Free 3D Printed Smartphone Cases Today Until 4PM

WhyNotWednesday: Verizon and MakerBot Are Offering Free Printed Smartphone Cases Today Until

New York designer Alissia Melka-Teichroew has added a tea set featuring a perforated sugar spoon to the collection of homeware brand Othr

Formsfield’s Unusual 3D Designer Recruitment Strategy #3DPrinting

Formsfield’s Unusual 3D Designer Recruitment Strategy

model repository Formsfield has taken an unusual step to recruit designers for their product shelves: they’re guaranteeing payments!

Designer shapes 3D printed architecture with GPU computing.

With the help of advanced algorithm based computer simulations, Turkish architect and teaching fellow at Bartlett Daghan Cam reimagines what printed art structures can be.

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