Electrobloom's Snap Chain Bracelet can have links added or removed to fit your wrist. Shown in Black Strong & Flexible.
growthobject's africa #ceramic grape holder is not only lovely, but a good cause. Following a common Spanish new year's tradition of eating 12 grapes at midnight, the shape of the design happens tp resemble the African continent. They currently have $12 towards each purchase earmarked for an African NGO.
NY entrepreneur and tech guru Anil Dash wrote a much discussedpost about his wishlist for the future of 3D printing, arguing that despite his enthusiasm, “I don't think we're on the path to widespread adoption and success for 3D printers yet.” Anil’s post focuses on the market for 3D printers as devices, and within that context, I agree with many of his sentiments. However, by expanding the focus beyond 3D printers for the home and considering all the ways in which everyday people can use the technology to make the stuff in their lives, it’s increasingly clear that the future of 3D printing – and moreover the future of stuff – is already here.
He encouraged us to open up the debate in our blog as well, so here goes…please share your thoughts and opinions in the comments field! Our CTO Robert Schouwenburg has already chimed in.
Please note, this represents my view and is not an official company statement.