3D printing at 100% Design

I know I'm a bit late to the party on 3D printing so I was pleased to come across the 'Home Factory' stand at 100% Design yesterday. The picture above is of 3D printed cutlery in gold plated brass by some people in Belgium called Eragatory. I'm not sure you'd get much use out of the teaspoon, but it certainly caught my eye.  

I know I'm a bit late to the party on 3D printing so I was pleased to come across the 'Home Factory' stand at 100% Design yesterday. The picture above is of 3D printed cutlery in gold plated brass by some people in Belgium called Eragatory. I'm not sure you'd get much use out of the teaspoon, but it certainly caught my eye.  

Domestic 3D printing is the future. As in, you may actually have one of these machines in your home one day. Quite frankly it's about as aesthetically pleasing as a microwave. 

Domestic 3D printing is the future. As in, you may actually have one of these machines in your home one day. Quite frankly it's about as aesthetically pleasing as a microwave. 

3D printed jewellery? Now I'm listening. 
3D printed jewellery? Now I'm listening. 
The nice man from iMakr Store assured me "the only limit is your imagination"... Oh and the price, resolution, size of machine [they can be huge] and reliability. So, basically, it's wild and radical and totally futuristic, but you don't need to start making space for one just yet. 

The nice man from iMakr Store assured me "the only limit is your imagination"... Oh and the price, resolution, size of machine [they can be huge] and reliability. So, basically, it's wild and radical and totally futuristic, but you don't need to start making space for one just yet.