If you’ve ever had the misfortune of wearing a cast, you will know that for the next couple of weeks, expect it to itch and smell terrible. This is because you won’t have access to the rest of your skin meaning it’d be near impossible to scratch that itch, plus the fact that you’re not allowed to get it wet means bathing that area becomes pretty damn hard too.
However this is something that Scott Summit thought should be addressed after he tore a ligament in his arm, which is when he came up with the idea of 3D printing wearable casts. It also helped that Summit is the senior director of functional design at Bespoke, a company that develops prosthetics and braces, so safe to say that is a well-deserved title. Read full post →This 3D Printed Cast Could Be The Cast Of The Future
Last month when Bethesda announced Fallout 4, they also revealed a collector’s edition bundle which basically came with its own Pip-Boy. We remember Bethesda’s Todd Howard being particularly excited about the collectible, calling it one of their best gimmicks ever, a sentiment we’re sure many fans will agree with.
However you might recall that Bethesda had recently stated that they will not be able to make any more units, something to do with the factories they outsourced it to hitting maximum capacity. It is a bummer if you did not get your hands on one, but the good news is that someone has decided to put up the instructions on how to 3D print your own Pip-Boy. Read full post →3D Print Your Own Fallout Pip-Boy