3D-Printed Chopsticks Solve Problem Of Food Slipping

3D-Printed Chopsticks Solve Problem Of Food Slipping
Food & Beverage

A few simple design changes have updated the design of the eating utensil

Azalea Pena
  • 14 june 2016

No one was born a chopstick expert and even after several tries, mastering the use of chopsticks still feels like galaxies away. QuickStix says not anymore as you’ll be a chopstick master in no time with their hexagonal design.

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