There are plenty of 3D printers now available to create objects in a variety of different plastics, but the Hyrel 3D Printer which was funded via Kickstarter is also capable of printing using Play-doh, Air-drying Clay And Sugru.
The new Hyrel 3D Printer is preparing to ship this week after raising more than $150,000 on Kickstarter and has been designed by Daniel Hutchison.
The Hyrel 3D Printer is fitted with a unique nozzle called the HYREL Emulsifiable Extruder (EMO-25) that lets it control the unusual printing materials and clay can be pushed back into the cartridge and squirted out again if required keeping waste to a minimum. Check out the videos below to see the Hyrel 3D Printer in action.
For more information on the new Hyrel 3D Printer jump over to the Hyrel website for details.
Source: Tech CrunchFiled Under: Technology News, Top News