There’s a lot that 3D print technology can do and make – but what about those ideas that didn’t fit into any of our larger features? We wanted to create an area of the show to accommodate the more individual 3D printed projects – and with this in mind, we created a space entitled ‘Weird & Wonderful’.
Like a cabinet of curiosities, this feature exhibited a collection of work that we loved – and absolutely had to have involved in 3D Printshow; many of them offered examples of some exemplary design, as well as some incredibly thoughtful endeavors. From a 3D printed toy train set right through to a 3D printed prosthetic, webbed duck foot, the featured works fascinated our guests. We hope these weird and wonderful projects inspired you to realize even your most bizarre ideas using 3D printing – don’t hesitate to get in touch with us via facebook, twitter, or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) to show us what you’ve been making.