3D Printer Creates Any Balloon Shape You Want

3D Printer Creates Any Balloon Shape You Want

A new inventive and creative way to showcase logos and branding.

Yi Chen
  • 24 april 2012

A team from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology and Disney Research, has invented a 3D printer that makes custom balloons in any shape. After inputting the initial 3D shape, the device calculates the empty balloon shape needed before printing out the mold for the inflated balloon. The finished product can be blown as usual to resemble the initial design – without having to combine or twist balloons together.

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