Could 3D printers be the newest way to create DIY accessories and even furniture? Parallel Goods serves as a shining light for this retail reality
Being a handy and creative person around your home used to mean lots of trips to the hardware store and figuring out the compatibility of various tools and hardware. 3D printing, in particular a line of consumer products called Parallel Goods, could change all that with a variety of functional 3D printable goods designed for less expensive personal 3D printers.
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