Have you ever wished that a design you drew could just be printed into 3D? We’re not quite there in technology yet, but we’re getting closer, especially with tools like the Cube 3D Home Printer. The Cube takes computer model files, like the kinds used in computer aided drafting, and then prints them into life by laying layer upon layer of thin plastic until it’s built up into your design. Even though learning to build computer models and then affording the Cube will stop many of us from delighting in it, the realization of advanced printing technology in our homes is something to cheer about. After all, computers themselves were once prohibitively expensive and difficult to learn and now they’re a major part of our lives. You can learn more about the Cube here.
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