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CreoPop: 3–D pen with "cool" ink

  • Allows user to create 3–D printed objects.
  • No hot parts or melting plastics; uses UV light.
  • Offers a variety of ink—from body to electrical conductive ink.
  • Has raised more than $172,481, surpassing a $40,000 goal on Indiegogo.

OwnPhones: Wireless 3–D printed headphones

  • Custom-fitted, printed earbuds.
  • Users scan ears via smartphone app and send to OwnPhones for printing.
  • Bluetooth-enabled for wireless use.
  • Has raised more than $532,171, surpassing a $250,000 goal on Kickstarter.


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