Going back to the photocopier analogy...I have this terrible urge to
scan and 3D print my own butt. :D
On Oct 10, 12:59 pm, Have Blue <haveb...@airsoldier.com> wrote:
> I almost forgot to share this article from last week - the 3D printing
> community has mused about the possibility of manufacturers making STL
> files available so that customers can print their own replacement parts,
> and it looks like we now have the first instance of that happening:http://www.wired.com/design/2012/09/synthesizer-lets-you-3-d-print-yo...
> On 10/10/2012 12:40 PM, Ed Hagopian wrote:
> > Of course Haveblue is mentioned. But this is exhaustively covers most
> > In recent decades, the world has been rocked by revolutions in the
> > NEIL GERSHENFELD is a Professor at the Massachusetts Institute of
> > His TED presentation in 2006:
> > And associated links:
> > # _*Website:* Neil Gershenfeld at MIT_ <http://ng.cba.mit.edu/>
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