Saturday, August 25, 2007

What Works: 3-D printing for the rest of us

Business 2.0 Magazine reports: "After midnight, it's dark and nearly silent in the Klock Werks Kustom Cycles shop in Mitchell, S.D. The only sound is the low hum emanating from a box that looks like a cross between a dormitory fridge and a Xerox machine. ... Behind a compartment of clear glass, the device - a Stratasys Prodigy 3-D printer - is constructing a complex shape, all curves and spaces, out of plastic."

I hope these devices get cheaper and cheaper. These devices can allow the small inventor to create things that they have never been able to create before.
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