A very cool application of 3D printing technology that I can see winding
up next to crayons and modeling clay in classrooms plus
research and design labs too. ^_^
Do you know of any factory in The U.S. that can manufacture them? Even
if there is a factory in a business friendly state like Texas, the cost
of production would be many times that of a Chinese factory because of
federal business interference policies that drive up the cost of
everything not even considering the horror show of union involvement. O_o
It's a glorified quick-setting pastry tube. :-)
Line drawings, even in 3D, aren't what I think of as "3D printing."
Notice that these objects are not solid and they don't even have
surfaces. They're just wireframes that you draw out in space.
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