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Remix Ready-Made Home Goods With These 3D Printed Modules [Pics]

Remix Ready-Made Home Goods With These 3D Printed Modules [Pics]
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TAKT Project's 3-Pring Product rethinks MUJI goods with customized parts.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 7 april 2014

Created by Tokyo-based design agency TAKT Project, the 3-Pring Product project is a DIY proposal that extends the functions and capabilities of “finished” products through the addition of custom 3D-printed parts.

The customized modules help turn an alarm clock to a wall-mounted device, chairs and a cardboard into a table, a plastic container into a ceiling lamp, plastic file boxes into a book rack, and more.

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The description on the project page likens 3-Pring Product to “sampling techniques” used in the music industry where a track can be created by “quoting tracks and sounds in the past.” 3-Pring Product creates an original product by adding custom-made parts while “remixing” a ready-made product.

The project also posits a new perspective whereby products in stores are only “semi-finished” products that are just waiting to be remade into something new.

TAKT Project presented the design proposal at the Creative Lounge MOV last February.

View more images from this ingenious project below:

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TAKT Project
Source: Spoon & Tamago

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