3D printing is still in its development stage as far as consumer level printing is concerned. However, as consumer 3D printers become readily available, the opportunity is endless. http://labs.teague.com/”>Teague Labs came up with the idea of creating a prototype design that can be printed by consumers with their own 3D printers. Enter 13:30, a prototype 3D printable headphone, which takes exactly 13 hours and 30 minutes to print on professional ABS FDM machine. Electronic components for this headphone can be purchased easily and are readily available from local electronic stores, enabling consumers to print and build their own headphones with relative ease. If you are keen to find out more about this new product, jump onto their website to download the templates.