With 3D printers becoming more accessible than ever, we recently started thinking around the concept "life in beta" in our Lab. What happens when prototypes become products? 13:30 is a pair of printable headphones--completely functional and simple enough to be built from 100% consumer sourceable parts. The 13:30 is the first consumer product designed specifically for 3D printing. The headphones are made up of nine 3D-printed parts and a handful of electronic components: two drivers, a couple of RCA jacks, and some wires and springs. The design was purposefully kept simple and solderless to make it easier to assemble and recycle.

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