Printing Teddy Bears: A Technique for 3D Printing of Soft Interactive Objects

This 3D printing video was interesting:

Link to project page & press release: http://ift.tt/1fpQaSK

This paper considers the design, construction, and example use of a new type of 3D printer which fabricates three-dimensional objects from soft fibers (wool and wool blend yarn). This printer allows the substantial advantages of additive manufacturing techniques (including rapid turn-around prototyping of physical objects and support for high levels of customization and configuration) to be employed with a new class of material.

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