We 3D-Printed A Hybrid World Keyring

It took a few hours and machine that’s worth about a quarter of a million dollars.

We 3D-printed a Hybrid World Adelaide keyring, thanks to the clever folk at Flinders Innovation Centre at the New Venture Institute. You can find the 3D printing facilities at Tonsley, an innovation district for the tech-minded.

The 3D printer uses PolyJet technology, which is known for being faster than regular 3D printing technology and capable of printing high-quality tools, parts and prototypes.

If you could 3D-print anything in the world, what would you print? Let us know on social media!

Hybrid World Adelaide takes place 20 – 24 July in the city of Adelaide. Early bird Tech Conference tickets are available now.