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Submitted by Curioo 916d ago | article

3D Printed Eyewear

Curioo: 3D printing has hit the design field by storm and now it’s going to hit your face (um, in a pleasant, non-violent way) with Protos 3D Printed Eyewear. The layering 3D process can build a frame that’s not only lightweight and durable, but it will make you a really cool pair of shades. Glasses shopping can be tedious so Protos will soon be offering custom eyewear that they specially fit to your own face – brilliant! That’s the beauty of 3D printing – it allows you to tweak designs rather easily for custom work. (3D Printer, Culture, Gadgets, Hi-tech, Services)

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