A typical 3D printer layers melted plastic to build up a solid object, but what happens when you swap plastic for fabric? You’ve got a machine that can create objects that are soft, deformable, and cuddly.
Hungry, hungry Clarkson finally gets fed as the controversial presenter's rather sizeable noggin has been turned into a 3D printable toy add-on by those clever British 3D printer bods at CEL. Topical news story, Top Gear, toy nostalgia, 3D printing… If you can't read this, it's because this PR stunt just broke the internet. Read more and download your Clarkson head >