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Little Feet for Everything

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Sometimes the stuff cluttering your desk and bookshelves just needs a little something extra. But what is it that’s missing? Well I’ll tell you. You need to put some feet on it.

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Yes, thanks to the marvels of 3D printing technology, you can now add little feet to pretty much anything, thanks to Little Feet for Everything. These silly accessories are made from ceramics cast from 3D printed molds. They’re perfect for adding a base to all sorts of inanimate objects.

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And these little feet don’t just come in human form, nope. There’s also an option for chicken feet – which reminds me of the time I went to a Chinese dim sum meal where they spoke very little English and when I asked for chicken, they presented me a plateful of delightful chicken feet to suck on. No thanks.

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So what are you waiting for? Get your hands on some feet over on Shapeways now. Both the human feet and chicken feet sell for about $25 on Shapeways. Be sure to grab some 3M VHB adhesive circles to stick them on to anything.

Now all you need is some googly eyes, and you’ll be all set.



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