Lowe’s Offers Customized 3D Printing Service

Lowe’s Offers Customized 3D Printing Service

Customers will be able to print their personalized designs using over 10 available production materials

Conner Dial, Fashion Editor
  • 12 september 2016

The home improvement and appliance store Lowe’s launched Bespoke Designs, a 3D printing service that allows customers to create personalized products for their homes. Bespoke Designs is the result of a collaboration with Lowe’s Innovation Labs and Voodoo Manufacturing, which enables the store to produce a variety of 3D-printed plastics and metal products. Customers can also print broken or out-of-production parts, customize cabinets, and replicate one-of-a-kind antiques. A digital collection of both hardware and home decor is also available to print in store from their website, or customers can upload their own 3D file.

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