3D Printed Headphones
Here’s another interesting application for 3D printing – stereo headphones. Yes, headphones. Industrial design firm Teague came up with the idea to help consumers 3D print the headphone shells, while allowing them to source their own preferred electronics. They’re calling it the first example of “prototype as product.” They’re even accentuating the “grain” left behind by 3D printers as a style element.
The market is developing rapidly and it seems new applications are being announced every day. Traditional printing companies have an opportunity to participate and benefit from this emerging technology. If you’d like more information on 3D printing and how you can incorporate it as a capability, CONTACT US today.