3-d printed doors for home interior decorating can be built using any material or even parts.
Now, an MIT graduate student and entrepreneur has created a door with three different 3-dimensional shapes that will last up to a year.
The door is a “metal door” and can be printed in just a few hours using a 3D printer.
Its dimensions range from 1.8 centimeters wide to 9 centimeters tall.
The door is made from a combination of materials, including aluminum, magnesium, copper, copper oxide, and stainless steel.
The doors are available in two styles: a “solid metal” style that uses solid metal plates, and a “glued metal” which uses a polymer resin that will hold the door open and open with a spring.
The materials and the printing process are the same for both types of doors.
The polymer resin has a high melting point, which allows the doors to open easily without cracking.
The 3-Dimensions Door 3D printing company also provides materials that are non-toxic, water-resistant, and can withstand the pressure of a 3-meter-deep bore hole.
The MIT graduate, whose name is not released, said he had to use a variety of materials and process techniques to make the doors.
The company is also offering a Kickstarter campaign that aims to raise $20,000 to make more doors in the future.
“The door we’re creating is a very simple and straightforward door, and it works very well,” he told Mashable.
“It’s basically just the combination of metal plates with a polymer polymer resin.
You can print it in a few minutes, and the polymer polymer is strong enough to hold the doors together and open them in just about any environment you can think of.”
The doors cost around $1,000 each, but they’re also relatively inexpensive, as a typical home requires several different types of hardware and components to function.
They’re also available in different sizes.