The advent of 3D printing is slowly but surely changing the face of design, which is evident with this DIY 3D-Printable Pegboard. Designed by New York-based designer Matt Manhattan, the pegboard is intended to offer makers the ability to create storage capabilities anywhere in their home that features a wall.
The design of the pegboard is available for free on Thingverse, while the design itself is created using an Ultimaker 2 3D printer or equivalent. Offering users the ability to create customized holders for all of their goods, the design can be made as large or small as required.
The 3D-Printable Pegboard is an example of how the modern market is evolving; as technologies like 3D printing take off, consumers could opt to DIY store-bought items more often.