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Bacony goodness + math + 3D printing = an inedible endless Bacon Möbius strip

It's not for human consumption but is it art?

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Credit: Shapeways

If you take a strip of bacon and twist one end through 180 degrees then join the two ends you get a piece of bacon with only one side, a Bacon Möbius strip. Cool. But if you want such a thing to adorn your desk (and who wouldn't?) then being made of real bacon would be, to say the least, a bad idea. So,  to memorialize this mathematical and culinary wonder, why not print a look-alike on a 3D printer? Why not indeed?

This exactly is what a designer with the handle "joabaldwin" created using the Shapeways 3D printing service.

Need one for your desk? It's 3.346" w x 3.024" d x 1.399" h (the precision is awesome) and it's just $19 ... 

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