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Print Yourself a New Spine with the 3D Printer Backpack

by Conner Flynn
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Sadly, you can’t carry your 3D printer with you everywhere. Or can you? Ultimaker has come up with a solution that promises to make transporting a 3D printer a little easier: a pair of shoulder straps that turns it into a backpack for $69.

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Here’s the catch. For the shoulder straps to actually work, you’ll need your Ultimaker 3D printer’s packaging. Hope you didn’t throw that out. The straps basically turn the foam block into a wearable backpack. Now you can carry all your stuff and 3D print wherever you want. Probably from your chiropractor’s office. Look at that thing. Crazy.

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At least you can print yourself a new spine since this will ruin your old one.

[via Gizmodo]

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