…straight from PSFK comes this, the best example of 3D printing I’ve seen yet;
…brilliant, huh? It’s made from a combination of normal office paper and some sort of water/glue stuff… sounds like paper maché to me; there’s always room for more paper maché in the world.
Anyway, the day that your printer at home is capable to turning out 3D objects like this (or furniture, ornaments, toys, crockery or whatever) will be amazing. Though Epson will probably charge £300m for the refill cartridges if my current printer experience is anything to go by…]]>