A Japanese studio has been trying to produce 3D Printed things to wow people.
3D technology has made it easier to create some cool stuff and some people have already used this technology to show their skills.
Feom the cost of $10, ReDeStu is selling porcelain soy sauce dishes that disclose a hidden painting once you fill them up.
The hidden paintings contain the Japanese Symbols (Mount Fuji, Itsukushima Shrine), alongside puppies and cute kitties. The term ‘Soy’ was derived from the Japanese word ‘Shoyu.’
Soy sauce is believed to be originated from a Chinese product called “Chiang” over 3,000 years ago. Around the 1600’s through Dutch and Japanese trading, it came to Europe.
However, there are many types of soy sauce and they can be grouped based on their production methods, regional variations or color and taste differences.
It was not easy to buy 3D printing when it came out as the printers were very expensive. But now a days 3D printers are in trend and many manufacturers produce 3D printers.
All That 3D wrote: “If you examine the 3D printing market today, you will find tons of 3D printers brands that offer different features,”
“Some are packed with powerful functionalities and are offered at a much higher price. Others offer the basic functions and are sold at a much cheaper price. However, in the coming years, you can expect more powerful 3D printers at a very affordable price.”
“Additive manufacturing now defines a large branch of industrial (and hobby) systems for creating new parts and products. More commonly referred to as 3D printing, most systems in this category are characterized by their layer-by-layer method of building a part.’’
“Before 3D printing existed as a mainstream manufacturing process, a prototype would take weeks to manufacture. Every time a change was made, it would be another few weeks until the modified design could be manufactured. Add in shipping times, and it could easily take a year to fully develop a product from start to finish.’’