Gallery: 9 Amazing 3D-Printed Innovations Spotted at the 2013 Inside 3D...

Look closely - this 3D-printed guitar body (created on a Cube X machine) hides a special surprise - the NYC skyline and other NYC landmarks tucked peek out from its red, white and blue facade.

One of the most interesting things we came across at the show was Mcor Technologies‘ IRIS paper-based 3D printer, which uses regular paper as its base material rather than a plastic or a polymer. The resulting 3D models are cut out and bonded together in the machine, creating durable figures for a fraction (about 20 to 30 times cheaper) than other non paper-based machines.

If simply 3D printing on your 3D-printer isn’t enough for you, Leonar3do allows you to use a 3D mouse and 3D glasses to create your design as well.

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