3D printing technology is already being applied in many areas. With their help, they learned how to print food, dentures from patient tissues, firearms, building materials and many other things. And V-Moda, a company specializing in the production of audio equipment, decided to use the power of 3D printing to create new headphones. True, they will cost the buyer a pretty penny.
V-Moda encouraged users to personalize their XS and Crossfade M-100 headphones with 3D printed overlays. They are crafted in a variety of materials, ranging from stainless steel and silver to 14K gold and platinum. Depending on the style and material, the headphone accessory costs between $ 40-100 for the stainless steel model and up to $ 40, 000 for the platinum version.
V-Moda promises to expand its range of rubbers in the future with new materials and colors.