3D printing cases for taking-up of earphones — Bud-E
Despite the fact that as carefully you stack them, as a result earphones for iPhone all the same will get confused. By means of Bud-E, 3D printing cases for taking-up of earphones, you can say goodbye to an unnecessary waste of time on their disentangling.
Tarek Mirza from San Francisco, the State of California, spent year for development of a functional case for Bud-E earphones by means of technology 3D of the press. You can fix with ease earphones in Bud-E, wind them and close a case. Behind on the case there is a catch for a belt therefore it can be fastened to clothes and always to carry with itself. The case can be used to truncate or fix a wire in a usage time of earphones.
There are two models of cases of Bud-E: kitten and puppy. Both are developed in coordination with the sizes of a usual cord of iPhone Earbud, also with the sizes of newer Earpod model. When closing a case of dynamics of earphones will look as a figure eye, giving it character. A wire it is possible to wind or throw a small tail completely.
For the campaign for fund raising on Mirz’s Kickstarter specially developed ud-E case «The head of the vampire» which a little is more than 2 last models. It is impossible to call it portable, but it can become a quite good functional ornament for a table.
All three models of cases of Bud-E are made of strong elastic plastic with SLS technology introduction (selective laser agglomeration). At first models are printed on 3D the printer in a white shade, and are painted later. They are available in such flowers: white, red, pink, violet and blue.
The Bud-E project is at present started on Kickstarter, the prices start from $25 for one of the very first models "Kotenk" and or "Puppy" of Bud-E. Cost of a case of Bud-E «Head of the vampire» makes $37, it is expected that customers will receive a product in February, 2014.