Don't pass over this great leap forward in religious headgear, the first 3D printed yarmulke. Featuring a design of interconnected six-pointed stars, it's thin, light and flexible when printed in any of the Strong & Flexible materials. It's definitely a kippah!
For any who are concerned, I consulted an expert on Jewish law and was told "There are no legal requirements concerning the material or manufacturing methods of a kippah". So feel free to wear this in place of cloth!
Do you like this design? Want to see a commercially manufactured version? I've teamed up with Betabrand in San Francisco to put the design up for an initial public vote. If the kippah receives enough votes there, they'll move on to a prototyping and crowdfunding stage. So if you're interested, go to this page and vote!