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Procter & Gamble is testing 3D printed Gillette razors

Lucy Handley

Gillette customers will now be able to order personalized 3D printed razors in a pilot program from parent company Procter & Gamble PG . Razor handles will be printed using stereolithography, a type of 3D printing technology from Boston-based Formlabs and people will be able to choose from 48 designs and seven colors, priced between $19 and $45, including one razor blade.