3D Printer Vibrator

The one thing that is always certain in Hello Kitty Hell is that no matter how bad things get, all you need to do is wait another day to realize it will inevitably get worse. One would assume that fanatics of the “one with no mouth” would have gotten their fill with the multi-colored HK vibrators (oh, sorry, those are technically shoulder massagers, aren’t they?) that Sanrio so conveniently decided to reintroduce when it was obvious that they could make a few bucks off of them. That assumption, alas, greatly underestimates the evil feline’s hoards who seem to have a strange fascination of placing her near their own kitty, and must always find some new way to expose the horrific underbelly of new technology.

Most people would think that the advancing technology of 3D printers is something that was pretty interesting, and they probably thought that a lot of great things could be done with them. Of course, the naively never anticipated that HK fans would step into the picture. When they did, the horrors immediately became apparent with the Hello Kitty 3D printer vibrator being developed:

hello kitty 3d vibrator

hello kitty 3d printer vibrator

Is there any doubt that Sanrio is already in the process of branding a Hello Kitty 3D printer for the sole purpose to sell them to her fans so that they can make as many of these as they can (and they can pocket even more money)? Welcome to the dark and despicable side of what can be created with new technology, and fear where it will go from here…

Sent in by max (via makerlove)

11 thoughts on “3D Printer Vibrator

    • Er, you can’t do that! Of course, you could make the “HK Personal Computer Vacumn Cleaner” with interchangable tools and a suitable diameter and length of fixed duct…

  1. I’ve just found a (presumably fan art) HK “product” with an actual function. Of course, that function is showing just how badly state of the art 3-D sinter printing handles compound curves.

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