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Lehrmitt Design Studios Introduces Surface Textures for 3D Printed Objects

Austin-based product design company Lehrmitt Design Studios introduces a technique for adding decorative textured surfaces to 3D printed objects.

The company’s proprietary method enables for a variety of over 100 designs including animal skins, textiles, tribal patterns and geometric designs to be applied to the surface of 3D prints. The so called Surface Skins could be used by product developers in multiple industries for products such as cell phone covers, light switch plates, make-up compacts or architectural models to name a few.

“Our design team has been deploying leading technologies in product design, manufacturing and packaging for over twenty years,” said Bob Lehrmitt, President and owner. “We have a deep experience in surface design. For the prototype or hobbyist who is looking to add artisan textures to their 3D-printed objects, we have over 100 artisan designs to choose from.”


The catalogue available presents options for anyone who wants to move beyond the smooth surfaces of 3D printed parts and add texture not only for aesthetics but also for creating multiple surface areas on a single object.

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