Normal the maker of 3D printed custom in-ear earphones are capable of creating a dispatching a customer’s order within just two days thanks to the 3D printing technology that has been supplied by Stratasys.
The company uses 10 x Stratasys Fortus 250mc 3D printers to fulfil the order is that it receives from its website and creating the 3D models from data that customers provided by scanning the areas using a free smartphone application.
Watch the video below to learn more about how 3D printing is being used to create individual customised earphones for users on a global scale.
“Not all ears are created equal. Which is why Normal, based in New York, decided to end the one-size-fits-all paradigm with a game-changing 3D printing concept. Customers scan their ears with an easy to use phone app and send the results, along with their color and cord length requests, to Normal.
Normal keeps 10 Fortus 250mc 3D Printers busy producing the customized earphone pieces. In as little as two days the earphones – looking great, sounding amazing and fitting…like a glove (if they had gloves for ears) – are on their way to you.”
For more information on the Stratasys 3D Printing technology jump over to the Stratasys website for details via the link below.
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