takt project presents 3 pring product a DIY kit of 3D printed components takt project presents 3 pring product a DIY kit of 3D printed components
apr 04, 2014

takt project presents 3 pring product a DIY kit of 3D printed components

takt project presents 3 pring product a DIY kit of 3D printed components
images © masayuki hayashi
all images courtesy of takt project

 

 

 

japanese studio takt project has come up with ‘3-pring product’, a DIY proposal that enables users to change the usage of each piece. incorporating ready-made items from muji, the designs can be transformed by adding 3D printed components onto them to create something new and original. joining parts for the plastic objects and connections that are based on existing sizes, help to expand the possibility for these 3D printed techniques. wanting to break down the boundary between consumer and manufacturer, the ‘3-pring product’ takes materials and reinterprets them into individually customized pieces.

 


‘attachment clock’ is an alarm clock + 3D printed parts + suction cup

 


‘stand digital clock’ is a digital clock + 3D printed parts + steel bar

 


‘leg case’ is a plastic basket + 3D printed parts

 


‘stacking case’ is a plastic basket + 3D printed parts

 


‘book rack’ is a pastic file Box + 3D printed parts

 


‘dress up speaker’ is a bluetooth speaker + 3D-printed parts

 


‘stand shelf’ is a drawer unit + 3D printed parts + wooden bar

 


‘table light’ is a plastic basket + 3D printed parts + LED

 


‘pendant light’ is a plastic basket + 3D printed parts + LED

 


‘table’ is a steel leg chair + 3D printed parts + honeycomb cardboard

 

 

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