Wednesday, May 19, 2010

MakerBot Homebrew 3D Printer Products

About a year ago I had the pleasure of turning on the head Nerfherder on to the insanely cool world of 3D printers.

3D printers are one of the big "signs of the future" and they have the potential to completely alter the traditional production process for hard goods of all shapes and sizes.

One of the cooler 3D printer options available for home-use is the MakerBot, a DIY 3D printer that can get you in the game for around $1000.

A recent contest held by Make: Online resulted in some sweet designs, like these stereoscopic viewers:


(this is a guest post from David Title)
  

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