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3D Printed Symphony Shells Amplify iPhone Tunes Naturally | Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

Printed Symphony Shells Amplify iPhone Tunes Naturally- I would love to have one of these!

Palmer :: Acoustic iPhone 5 Dock by Nathan Mummert, via Kickstarter.  Hand crafted and inspired by the acoustic guitar. Naturally amplify the sound of your iPhone 5, 4, 4s, and 3

Nathan Mummert is raising funds for Palmer :: Acoustic iPhone 5 Dock on Kickstarter! Hand crafted and inspired by the acoustic guitar. Naturally amplify the sound of your iPhone and

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Gifts for Men – The Guy Gift Guide

Here's my latest column on "Disposable Houses." With a Chinese company 3D printing 10 houses in a day, they've already compressed the building process 100-fold. This will lead to disposable housing, a trend that will blindside the entire real estate industry.

Here's my latest column on "Disposable Houses." With a Chinese company printing 10 houses in a day, they've already compressed the building process This will lead to disposable housing, a trend that will blindside the entire real estate industry.

Features:  -Attaches to any US standard shower head pipe.  -Children's shower "head" makes showering fun.  -Makes a great gift.  -Made in the USA.  --T-Rex says "Get clean, or get eaten! Freeware!" Ev

clementinesaturn: “ digg: “ T-Rex skull shower heads justify the existence of printers. ” I need this.

Buckyball Pencil Holder by pmoews  http://thingiverse.com/thing:329076

Here is a pencil holder based on a single 180 atom Buckyball which has been distorted and turned inside out. A 180 atom Buckyball containing a smaller 180 atom Buckyball is included. To make printing easier the dual Buckyball is done in two parts which.

This experiment of Project RE_, by designer Samuel Bernier, explores 3D-printing as a DIY tool for upcycling. Customised lids are created using low cost 3D-printing. They are then clipped or screwed onto standard jars, tin cans and bottles to create new and personal objects http://www.core77.com/blog/core77_design_awards/core77_design_awards_2012_project_re__runner_up_for_diy_23165.asp

This experiment of Project RE_, by designer Samuel Bernier, explores as a DIY tool for upcycling. Customised lids are created using low cost They are then clipped or screwed onto standard jars, tin cans and bottles to create new and personal objects

Stereographic Lamp | Jason Cole | 2014

Ancient Mathematical Technique Applied to Printed Stereographic Lampshade (Create Printed Tea Candle Lamps that makes a projection of a customized design using the light source)

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