'Stealing' trainers by downloading a blueprint then covertly printing out a 'copy' at home may seem like the work of science fiction - but a site already offers the blueprints, and printers already exist.
What may look like a standard art exhibit in the Flatiron District is far from it -- mainly because all the objects are printed, as in created with something similar to the document printer you have at home.
Anil Dash has a characteristically great, smart noodle on the future of 3D printing, including several provocative ideas (the emnently sensible notion of not reinventing the printer as a platform for selling expensive consumable "ink" is, alas, a...
Steve Hoefer (a fantastic maker who I interviewed on the Make: Talk podcast earlier this week) has come up with a great way to clearly mark his tools so they don't get lost when he brings them to a hackerspace.
Sales of 3-D printers for personal use have exploded since 2007, mimicking the personal-computing revolution of the 1990s, as the market expands from industrial- grade systems costing as much as $1 million.
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