The show stopper has made its way to the world of fantasy and entertainment. We all love music. Adler Trio the famous music brand has been building bridges with 3D print as a work around, for their long time worry of holding a microphone and harmonica- something that calls for both hands to play the music. Although they did some work around with noise
cancelling electronics, the real breakthrough happened when Engineers showcased Poly-Jet Technology to build the mold. Savings? 96%. And time? What took 14 days with CNC, takes only half a day now and not to mention the precision up to 16 microns.
Famous Japanese designers have recently taken to 3D printing. Bringing out brilliant collections, using Object500 Connex 3D printer, they are Focusing on the next gen sportswear. They uses multi-material 3D printers to create bibs that blend numbers and images of muscles to bring out the vivacious players. They say, all this while, it takes days together to make a dress and ship it to Milan or Paris. But then again with 3D printing all that is to be done, is sending the customer 3D CAD files by email. Half across the world, they could 3D print it and celebrities wear it the next day on red carpet.