Janne Kyttanen
  • 3D Print Everything: Printing Birdhouses to Violins to Shoes

    Janne Kyttanen, a industrial designer in the Netherlands, has printed a series of 3D objects, including some very interesting shoe designs. Here he presents the Macedonia Wedges.
    Janne Kyttanen
  • 3D Print Everything: Printing Birdhouses to Violins to Shoes

    OK, no, we can't print a real burger yet, but designer Janne Kyttanen has put up designs, or source files, of a 3D printed burger so others can enjoy the fake quarter-pounder.
    Janne Kyttanen
  • 3D Print Everything: Printing Birdhouses to Violins to Shoes

    It might be a while before we can print our houses out, but you can print out a full 3D birdhouse. One can download the Bungalow Birdhouse plans through thingiverse.com, a site that features various downloadable 3D printer source files so others can print out the objects.
    Brend J. Rosenburgh
  • 3D Print Everything: Printing Birdhouses to Violins to Shoes

    Yes, that camera body was printed out. The OpenReflex becomes a working camera by adding a mechanical shutter and mirror Viewfinder. It works with any lens, according to Thingiverse.
    Open Reflex
  • 3D Print Everything: Printing Birdhouses to Violins to Shoes

    It is going to be a long time before you can see or sit in Elon Musk's Hyperloop, which promises to shuttle people in a high-speed train. But a company called White Clouds has showed off 3D printed models of the futuristic transportation system.
    White Clouds
  • 3D Print Everything: Printing Birdhouses to Violins to Shoes

    Amit Zoran at the MIT Media Lab has designed and created a 3D printed flute. You might not see it being played at the Philharmonic, but it does produce some fairly nice music.
    Amit Zoran
  • 3D Print Everything: Printing Birdhouses to Violins to Shoes

    Buttercup is a duck who was born with his left foot turned backwards, but thanks to his 3D printed foot she can walk, or waddle, again.
    Buttercup/Facebook
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