What do you do with your 3D-printed failures that didn't work out? Why, you sell them, of course. Each failure is beautiful in its own, unique special way and can be had for the humble cost of $6.66.
3D Printing with a desktop 3D printer does not always work out quite as expected, the failures can range from subtle flaws to full blown disasters, but they always have a certain beauty. If you do not have access to a desktop 3D printer, or have a loved one who is considering buying one, we can save you some time, money and frustration by shipping you one of our 3D print failures.
Each piece is uniquely flawed, 3D printed in PLA (Polylactic acid), a biodegradable thermoplastic aliphatic polyester derived from renewable resources, such as corn starch (in the United States), tapioca roots, chips or starch (mostly in Asia), or sugarcane (in the rest of the world).
Size and color will vary, greatly.
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