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3D Printed Kaleidoscope by Charles Karadimos

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Kaleidoscopes are quite trippy toys to play with. Not too many we have seen in the past are 3D printed through. Charles Karadimos’ kaleidoscopes are made this way. They have “6 multi-layer fused glass cabochons inlaid on the body.” Each scope takes about 15 hours to print.

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This 3D printed kaleidoscope measures 6″ tall by 3″ wide. As the below video shows, it creates mesmerizing, colorful patterns.

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