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Pez Dispensers With 3D-Printed Faces From Hot Pop Factory

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Three-dimensional printing is generally considered to be the wave of the future. And if that’s true, it means we’re going to be seeing a lot of 3D-printed accessories and knick-knacks, as the cost for the process continues to drop.

Enter Hot Pop Factory, a company that has jumped on the 3D printing trend with specialty 3D-printed accessories. Their latest project (an employee exclusive, unfortunately) involves scanning their employees’ faces into the computer and printing them out to make custom 3D Pez dispensers!

It’s either really cool or really creepy, depending on your opinion of Pez dispensers in general. Check out some pictures of the Pez dispensers and the process used to create them in the gallery above.

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