Air Racer – The 3D Printable, Balloon Powered, Grand Prix Race Cars

When it comes to 3D printing toys, there are a plethora of choices to choose from on sites like Thingiverse and Youmagine. There are spinning tops, action figures, toy elephants, and even cars that print in one piece but still manage to have moving wheels. The technology is amazing. Custom toys at a touch of a button: what more could a kid want? Continue reading “Air Racer – The 3D Printable, Balloon Powered, Grand Prix Race Cars”

Spexy Me Aims to 3D Print Your Next Pair of Perfectly Fitting Glasses

The ability to affordably 3D print all sorts of products has allowed for total customization within many areas, from footwear to jewelry, and now to glasses. A new Australian start-up called Spexy Me, aims to soon take 3D printing to a whole new level with customized frames for your glasses. Today they’ve launched an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign. Continue reading “Spexy Me Aims to 3D Print Your Next Pair of Perfectly Fitting Glasses”

Normal uses 3D printing to bring custom earphones to the masses

The brave new world of 3D printing is still in its infancy, but we’re already starting to see the possibilities of the burgeoning technology take shape. One prime example comes from a new headphone company called Normal, which today unveiled an innovative 3D-printing process that allows users to create custom in-ear headphones from the couch. Continue reading “Normal uses 3D printing to bring custom earphones to the masses”