3D printing technology is responsible for slowly reshaping major industries like transportation and healthcare, as well as products like clothing, printed gifts and decor. However, there seems to be a huge part of the population that has yet to see a 3D printer in action, let alone come into contact with a 3D-printed object. 'Cubeforme' is a new subscription service that's helping to bridge this gap by sending out an assortment of inventive 3D-printed items each month.
Cubeforme makes a special effort to celebrate the designers behind its incredible creations and uses its boxes to educate the public about the possibilities of 3D printing. As well as being novel items to have in the home, the printed gift items inside make great gifts to pass on to another friend or loved one.
The first two themed Cubeforme boxes to be released were: Jim Rodda’s Adventure Box and Steven Dakh’s Artisan Box.