It’s often been said in recent years that 3-D printing will be the next big disruptor in the design and construction industry. Architects, engineers and designers are already turning to revolutionary, additive manufacturing processes to churn out tactile versions of CAD models in no time. Now, the potential to manifest real-life objects in this way is moving beyond architectural modeling, as the technology is harnessed for mainstay pieces of hardware for the home, as well.

 

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