3D Printing and Scanning
NASA’s working on bringing 3D printers to space that are capable of printing pizza. We’ll let that sink in for a minute. You know what else you can do with a 3D printer? How about print a battery that can power your phone or laptop? Or how about 3D-printing a racecar, a pair of athletic shoes, or a variety of smartphone cases? The 3D printing craze is in full swing as people scramble to create the next best piece of 3D printing history and business-savvy people turn plastic into profits.
The good news is, many companies are now offering 3D printers to the public. You don’t have to be a scientist working in a lab to use one of these things. In fact, many of them are small enough to sit right on top of your desk. There are a number of companies with their own desktop 3D printers, and the amount of choices can be overwhelming. We’ve done the legwork and have rounded up some of the best machines available. Here are five solid 3D printers that you can get your hands on right now.
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