Monday, October 14, 2013

3D Scanner + 3D Printer = Onsite Production

How long before we see combined 3D scanners and printers used on construction sites to replicate key building components?  Depending on the specifications of the parts being replicated this could be a really cool step forward or a disaster waiting to happen!  Regardless, the future is upon us.

The MakerBot Digitizer featured as a breakthrough product in Popular Mechanics' latest issue sounds pretty cool.

Welcome to the Collaborative Revolution!

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JM Crafts said...

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CGIFurniture said...

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