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Devin Montes from Make Anything has 3d-printed colorful twist containers, and the way they operate is a pure eyegasm. “All these designs are basically an iteration of the same concept,” Devin said. “The idea is that I have a container with an inner and outer shell, and it’s extruded and twisted together. So these containers are essentially are thread together, but the thread itself is what makes the design of the piece.” They open and close really smoothly because the gap between the layers creates a perfect cushion of air.

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Oddly Satisfying 3D-Printed Objects

Devin Montes from Make Anything has 3d-printed colorful twist containers, and the way they operate is a pure eyegasm. “All these designs are basically an iteration of the same concept,” Devin said. “The idea is that I have a container with an inner and outer shell, and it’s extruded and twisted together. So these containers are essentially are thread together, but the thread itself is what makes the design of the piece.” They open and close really smoothly because the gap between the layers creates a perfect cushion of air.