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A new 3D Printing filament pairs two things we love: sustainability and coffee. That's one 3D Printed Coffee Mug, to go, please.
If you've ever wondered how astronauts drink their coffee, check out this 3D printed coffee brewing device which has been created to help drink in space.
If you enjoy cold brewed coffee then this Instructables design might interest you as it offers the ability to 3D print a six flask cold coffee brewer.
James W. Steury
World, meet the 3D printed caffeine molecule coffee mug. That’s right, at long last, now you can actually see the chemical you’re ingesting.
Fellow is a San-Francisco based startup which uses 3D printers to create hundreds of prototypes for their coffee brewers.
The crazy kids at Tropical Labs have devised a Delta style 3D printer by re-purposing the frame and heating element of a coffee maker.
The Wimbledon tennis tournament is in full swing, where Lavazza is offering cappuccinos with a twist -- a 3D printed foam selfie.
Gerdesmeyer and Krohn, an industrial and interior design studio, used 3D printing during the prototyping of their latest coffee set collection.
How about a personal power station? This Stirling engine kit generates power from sun, your 3D printer and even your coffee cup.
Things are getting a little... stimulating in the world of 3D printing filaments. And by stimulating, we mean coffee, beer, and hemp.
Meet PERK, a caffeine-fiend's dream. Designed by Jakub Svec, this Third Wave capable coffee machine has just gone live on Kickstarter.
3D printing your own mug is fun, but there are a few things to keep in mind. Learn the basics of how to make a 3D printed coffee mug.
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