Can you Read the Tiny Writing on these 3D Printed Steering Wheels?


This week’s video blog highlights the unique power of multi-material inkjet-based 3D printing. These racing car steering wheels feature rubber-like over-molded hand grips and some really tiny 3D printed writing that remains true and concise even when reduced to miniscule proportions!

Also a nice surprise here – a very transparent 3D printed magnifying glass – printed in Objet VeroClear material.

These 3D printed steering wheels are courtesy of Gary Miller at the IPF Service Bureau.

By the way, the nice over-molding effect is just one of the mind-bending applications that can be achieved using the Objet Connex 3D printer. For more, check out the series of application notes here.

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