|kelpfoot - 2008-04-29 |
More 3D printer madness here:
Short, sweet & dorky:
Lots of working gears:
See also the RepRap project, the goal of which is to make a 3D printer capable of printing out a functionally identical 3D printer.
|Dicknuts - 2008-04-29 |
It has come to our attention that one or more of the staff has been using the 3D printer to make penises, and has been hiding them throughout the office.
|Mike Tyson?! - 2008-04-29 |
Totally awesome, I watched this video many times today at work.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2008-04-29 |
I'M BUYIN' ONE OF THESE AND MAKIN' ME A WIFE!
|Camonk - 2008-04-29 |
End of the story: this is the most awesome thing I've ever seen. I want a hundred of them, and I don't do shit with 3-D. Yet, I mean. Obviously I would start.
|charmlessman - 2008-04-29 |
I am buying one of these and printing out my own fully functional Iron Man armor.
What better use can there be?
|DrVital - 2008-04-29 |
The "Powder" is actually made from the ground souls of innocent children.
|Cap'n Profan!ty - 2008-04-29 |
ohhh i see the star wars and warhammer dorks drooling already
|fluffy - 2008-04-29 |
This technology is coming along nicely, and it seems like every year or so it gets much more impressive than the last.
Of course, the real turning point will be when these things can build circuits and can fabricate their own repair/replacement parts. (Not that it'd make things magically cheaper or whatever since the raw materials will still be pretty expensive, it's just that it'd signify the point when these things can become a complete end-to-end prototyping system.)
|sosage - 2008-04-29 |
My GOD how much. I must have one.
For the entry-level printer:
USA MSRP - ,900
(90-day warranty. Options, shipping, local taxes and duties not included)
|theSnake - 2008-04-29 |
But can it print a man's Soul?
|CornOnTheCabre - 2008-05-03 |
Just one step closer to FOOD TORRENTS
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