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New 3D printing tech

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by mark tomlinson, Jan 26, 2015.

  1. mark tomlinson

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    Definitely interesting. I'm a bit hesitant on if it would ever be useful though.
     
  3. Ben R

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    Something that has me looking/waiting... hoppers. "david" printer looks interesting. I was hoping recycling my scrap and other junk would be easier when I got this. But if I don't have to worry about filament... well.. I'm sure there are minuses, but we'll see what technology takes the consumer market.
    http://sculptify.com/

    Quick minus that comes to mind... cleaning out after some sort of jam or failure.
     

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