While most 3D printed innovations have a futuristic feel to them, an Australian father and son duo have just made an uproar in the 3D printing community and outside it with a solution to a problem afflicting mankind since the dawn of our existence: how do you get your hands on delicious honey without being stung hundreds of times? The solution? The Flow Hive is a bee hive featuring 3D printed honey combs that open up to form a honey tap. While that sounds impressive enough to laymen honey eaters, its revolutionary implications are perhaps more clear when you find out that this concept has just raised more than $12 million USD in funds on Indiegogo.
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