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March 26, 2015 AT 4:30 pm

#3DPrinted Tiny Television with the Form 1+ #3DThursday #3DPrinting

Michael Curry from formlabs shares:

The Tiny TV is inspired by the Philco Predicta, an iconic if flawed hallmark of the 1950’s, and concept art by Dave Schutze. Built around a 2” LCD display from our friends at Adafruit, the Tiny TV was printed on the Form 1+ in Formlabs clear resin.

read more on: http://formlabs.com/company/blog/2015/03/25/building-tiny-television-form-1


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