Creating Stunning Objects with 3D Printing
While home 3-D printing goes more mainstream and less expensive, 3D printers are becoming a consumer electronics commodity. This new compact prototyping tool convert computer data into a actual physical object that will change the way we create almost anything. The old printer evolved from spraying toner on paper to stacking layers of nylon or metal until the layers becomes an object. The variety of materials readily available for 3D printing is also growing, and already includes plastic, metal, foam, metal, paper, wood and glass. The prevalent domestic use of three-dimensional technology will change the way goods are acquired, designed and improved. See also 3D Printing: The Future is Now.