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Sick and tired of the Xbox One controller’s plastic facade, he decided to 3D print a wooden controller case, using a wood-based filament and a US$350 printer. And yes, you can actually 3D print objects using wood.
For a gander through the process, including 25 images, have a look at the embed below.
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