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Over at Teague Labs maker John Mabry has been having a bit of fun creating printable consumer electronics. Named after its elapsed print time, the 13:30 is a pair of working stereo headphones. The idea for these stylish ear goggles centered around the notion of printed prototypes as actual products. Even though printed on a professional-grade soluble support printer, John was nice enough to place his design files on Thingiverse for those interested in making their own. He’s also working on a variant capable of working on a MakerBot Replicator. [via Core77]

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