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The incredible way to 3D print hair!

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First created by Primoz Cepin on
Thingiverse (a 3D printing file hosting platform for all sorts of hobby
projects), this lion model became absolutely viral for its realistic
mane. Using the support structure (that usually gets thrown away or
sanded off) as a series of hair strands, the model ends up having a
unique look to it with a touch of DIY. Could we have woven items made by
3D printed plastic in the future?? Who knows!


The incredible way to 3D print hair!

Photo source: http://www.yankodesign.com/2017/05/10/the-incredible-way-to-3d-print-hair/

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