Right now, 3D printers are mostly peripheral items owned by other people to make cool and quirky things: nerdy figurines, bit parts, the occasional crazy snack that.
In only five years, though, 3D printing has come a long way. More and more we see creative geniuses apply 3D printers to solve problems for the greater good.
Soon, 3D printers will become more synonymous with medical uses like 3D-printed organs, bone grafts and prosthetic hands (oror ) than with .
Respectable organizations, not just hobbyists, will turn evermore to 3D printers and various printing materials (metals, for example, not just the typical plastic polymers) to create specific, even stunning works of cultural import. Say, for example,.
The possibilities are truly endless, and we're just beginning. What will we create next? What would you?