We seen 3D printing with candy, cheese, and even hummus, but now 3d printing with beer is possible. Well, beer waste anyway.
Driven by a passion for creating eco-friendly materials for 3D printing, US company 3Dom uses leftover hops and barley for their new filament, which is aptly titled “Buzzed”. It can be used in any machine capable of Polylactic acid (PLA) printing and visible grain adds a special charm to the design.
For caffeine addicts, 3Dom also makes coffee-based product called “Wound Up”. Of course.
See how it’s made in the video after the break.
Product Pages: Buzzed ($49) / Wound Up ($26)
(via The Next Web)