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Nex Band wants you to hack their 3D printed wearable. If you can dream it, Nex can probably do it.
April Fool's Day prank by Formlabs inspires a clever hack to make 3D prints smell fantastically fruity. Try making scented resin yourself.
Designer Flowalistik creates a 3D printed IKEA hack with a twist, where extra parts are available in a "pay what you like" arrangement.
Disaster Hack is a non-profit startup focussed on art and 3D printing. In Nepal, they are delivering prosthetics to people who need them.
The Hyve Touch Synth is a DIY analog synthesizer that responds to human touch. You can even create a custom body with 3D printing.
A clever concept for renewable energy, the Raflesia is a 3D printed wind turbine you can attach to an air vent or fan to harvest power.
The folks at Doodle3D have been tinkering around with the Ultimaker API. Their first test? To take control of the Ultimaker 3's lighting.
Empty filament spools are a nuisance. Hacking objects is not. With 3D printing you can turn a spent spool into a handy storage solution.
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