Japanese design studio monocircus creates a revolutionary 3D printed bow tie using rapid prototyping technology. Printed in polyamide plastic, the bow tie was made in one piece and you can just slot it onto the top button of your shirt - no need to use ribbon to tie around your neck. The 3D printed bow tie costs $116 on monocircus' online shop and it can be a funny gift for your friend's party.
Run by Kazu and Shing, a husband and wife designer-duo based on Fukuoka, Monocircus has designed a series of jewelry and accessories utilizing 3D printing techniques.
Here are some of their latest 3D printed design:
Posted in 3D Printing Applications
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Hawk wrote at 6/10/2013 6:14:33 PM:
What is "revolutionary"... another person ripping off people for money. A $116 dollar bow tie that cost a few cents to make, and a little bit of time on a printer. What do they think they are, a named fashion designer that takes a 50 bucks worth of fabric and slaps a 5K price tag on it. Rich people really need to do a google search or something before buying stuff... sheesh.
Gnuut Jensen wrote at 6/9/2013 6:00:09 PM:
What on earth is "revolutionary" about a plastic bow-tie?