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Weird and Cool Things People Created with 3D Printing

Weird and Cool Things People Created with 3D Printing

3D printing may have revolutionized various industries including the medical, automotive, and even the apparel, but it had also made its mark in terms of peculiarity. 

A Japanese was imprisoned for two years for 3D printing two guns that could shoot bullets. A facial reconstruction expert 3D printed a bust of England’s King Richard III from his recently-discovered 500-year-old skull. Surgeons substituted 75 percent of a man's skull with a 3D-printed plastic one. Princeton University scientists 3D printed an ear that can pick up radio signals beyond the range of human hearing. No plans yet to attach the ear to a human head.3d-printer

Moms can have mementos of a developing fetus 3D printed from MRI data. Cake toppers are 3D printed using sugar, candies and cakes using batter, and octopus using corn dough. 3D printing revealed elaborate hairstyles of Egyptian women from a high-resolution CT scan data of a mummy who lived 2,000 years ago.

3D printing may have shaped uncanny items, but there are also cool things 3D printed that are both amazing and functional. You can 3D print a completely functional SLR camera, capable of taking quality pictures and is compatible with any photographic lens. But you can actually 3D print the lens, too. You can 3D print accurate busts and figurines of yourself, or of your friends and family, from portraits, to give away as presents for Christmas or birthdays. 

Speaking of gift-giving, you can give gadget-crazy families and friends with 3D printed gadget accessories, such as tablet stands, multi-purpose smartphone cases, gadget wire wall mounts for charging, and equipment wraps to tidy up cords. Also, paper airplanes are a thing of the past. 3D-printed remote-controlled gliders and sailplanes are cool toys for big boys. 

You can 3D print components of a vacuum shaper and assemble, then create molds of anything you can ever imagine with plastic, metals, or something as exciting as…chocolate! Moreover, a child’s colorful drawing or an Android figurine can be 3D printed to decorate your work desk or home; and collectors can 3D print espresso cups with ceramics.

The world’s first 3D printed bikini is made of nylon 12, which is naturally waterproof and becomes more comfortable when it gets wet. Custom-made clothes can be 3D printed using a person’s body measurements. Still surprised at what 3D printing can do? The future is now.