Chances are if you're normal and sane and at least remotely responsible with your money, you're not dropping $2,000 on a 3D printer. But that doesn't mean you can't tinker with 3D printing. eBay just released an app called Exact, that lets you customize and purchase your own items.
If you've got a 3D printer and a little bit of imagination, you can make pretty much anything. While these machines are still too expensive to be completely ubiquitous, early adopters are making some really amazing things. We got a look at a few of these objects at the 3D Printing Expo in New York this week. Here are…
I'm glad I can at least be like Steve and satisfy my planetary-sized ego ordering my own mini-me figurine: 3D-printing company Sculpteo can now use your frontal and profile photo to make a full 3D-printed, hand painted figurine.
3D printing has come a long way from just Jay Leno making car parts in his insane garage to something real people can use to make neat things. So I had Sculpteo, a 3D printing service, make me a McRib.