3D printers have been around for a hot minute, but they’re known for making small items. It is a long process with size constraints dependent on the printer. Based on this, you couldn’t possibly print life-sized furniture, right?
Nope, it’s totally possible! It’s both environmentally friendly and cost effective. Some say it may even be the way of the future.
How 3D Printing Is Turning the Furniture Business Upside Down:
Some super cool and unique designs made with 3D printers:
And an entire company dedicating itself to 3D-printed furniture!
Anyone remember those early-2000s anti-piracy ads?
If you’re into super-modern, unique furniture, 3D printing might be of interest to you. However, it’s unlikely to take over completely. More traditional, and even modern upholstered furniture cannot be 3D printed, so there will always be options. In any case, many of these furniture pieces are works of art and would be a great addition to an urban home.