The Wrap, designed by Dutch designer Michiel Cornelissen is a neat and elegant accessory for organizing your iPhone's charger cable. The Wrap is an attachment to your iPhone charger and you can wrap the cable around it. It is 3D printed in tough and lightweight polyamide.
Cornelissen released the Europe and US Version of the Wrap for just $10 plus shipping. It comes in white, black and limited edition colors at the Shapeways webshop.
The Wrap is one of Cornelissen's organizational design work combining traditional materials with 3D printing technology. If you like jewelry or ornament, he has a necklace made using 3D printing and 111 five-eurocent coins, 3D printed birdcage pendants and earrings, laser sintered ornament merry bird and a stunning set of bowls that are formed from everyday pencils.
(Images credit: Michiel Cornelissen)
Michiel Cornelissen is featured in Shapeways' recent designers series. In this film Cornelissen talks about how 3D printing makes it possible for him to manufacture his design and makes them reality.
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