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Play Dress Up as a 3D Printed Figurine
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By Noah W. | 3DP4E

Making mini 3D Printed sculptures of oneself has been one of the more popular commercial uses for 3D scanning and printing technology for a while. There are numerous services, such as Amazon's new endeavor with Mixee that allows one to turn themselves into little works of art.

Hopping on this trend is Miami based Prinvix with their latest effort, PititMe. Going a bit further than services that will just 3D print what you actually look like, PititMe will allow you to put your head on one of 62 3D printed bodies.

These new bodies can be anyone from brides, graduates, and athletes, to rock stars, burlesque performers, and pets. If you can't find a body that suits you, the company is open to suggestions. In addition to a new body, users are able to further customize how their figure is dressed, and even dye their hair, skin, and eyes different colors. Lastly, the base of the figurine can be customized with two lines of text, and a logo.

“Buying a figurine should be a fun experience”, says Victor Mendes, CEO of Prinvix. “We have put a lot of effort into allowing customers to dress their figurines the way they want”.

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