However, thanks to 3D printing, we have seen several very unique looking shower heads pop up on websites like Thingiverse and Shapeways. One designer, JMSchwartz11, took the original T-Rex head, and turned it into a brilliant shower head design. This will fit any standard 1/2″ shower head pipe, and should hold up nicely. Just be sure to warn your guests before they step into the shower!
Stone Spray – a solar-powered robotic 3D printer that can create entire buildings out of sand! Although it is still in its early stages, the Stone Spray robot shows great potential for 3D printing ecologically-friendly structures. The robotic device blends soil sourced on-site with a binder (which is composed of LEED-Certified components), and then sprays the mixture onto a surface. The soil solidifies as the machine works, allow it to create sculptural forms.
Solar-Powered 'Stone Spray' 3D Printer Robot Creates Entire Buildings From Sand!
Cool - a solar power printer that creates 3D structures from sand. Link below to see the full article fron Inhabitat http://inhabitat.com/solar-powered-stone-spray-3d-printer-robot-creates-entire-buildings-from-sand/
This awe-inspiring 3D print is a scale model of a gas plant in Chile. The real plant was built by Linde AG, and the model was made by i.materialise. It measures 130 cm long by 100 cm wide by 75 cm tall, so it was printed in seven sections, glued together, and spray painted silver.