We tend to talk about 3D printers a lot, I mean why not? They’ve pretty much become a necessity in our lives now, facilitating the ability to seemingly create things out of thin air and even to this day it’s a marvel to watch. While limitations seem to be towards bigger constructions, we aren’t too far away from breaking those limits as well, going from today where making a vase, table or even custom casing for a device is possible to the future, where we will be able to construct boats, cars, houses and more without having to do it all piece by piece as we do today. Imagine a house being created right before you by a giant 3D printer, imagine the practicalities of such a feat, housing for all, even those living in poorer parts of the world.
So with that, we take a little gander at some of the things you may or may not have known about the wonders of 3D printing.
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Life Noggin is a pretty awesome Youtube channel focused on showing how things in the world work, from the tiniest of atoms and frame of minds all the way to technology and space. If you aren’t already a subscriber, I’m sure you’ll find something there to pique your interests, so don’t miss out.
Looked at on the channel was the subject of 3D printers and what they are capable of. There is a profound history that surrounds 3D printers that you may not have known about, but it’s certainly interesting.
Check out the video below: