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I spotted these shapely, vaguely honeycomb dishes and lamps by The Mod Collective on D-Happ contributor and friend Jeanine Hays’ Pinterest. What’s even cooler than their great colors which initially caught my eye, though, is how they’re made. The pieces are developed with design software, then printed out on 3D printers! The porcelain is dyed, moulded and cast from the 3D forms. Yes, those awe-inspiring machines that are saving lives and making incredible scientific advances are creating cool dishes, too. Check out the whole line and tell me what you think.

PLUS: BE YOUR OWN DESIGNER, 3D PRINTER NOT REQUIRED

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  1. Briana@HGTV says:

    BRB, putting a 3D printer on my wedding registry…

  2. [...] I got a little futuristic with the 3D printer porcelain dishes, but today’s Delight? It’s pure science fiction. This espresso maker from Scanomat [...]

  3. Kevin says:

    It's hard to find knowledgeable people on this topic, but you sound like you know what you're talking about! Thanks for spreading the good news about 3D printing – this really is a revolution in 3D printing, and will finally bring 3D to the masses.
    3D Printing Figurines

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