Wednesday, November 26, 2014

3D printing will change the way we operate!

According to Natural News, Mike Adams (the Health Ranger) announced yesterday that the release of an important new invention in 2015 would be accompanied by posting downloadable 3D printer files for parts used in the invention. His announcement made many readers wonder how they were going to print these 3D objects if they don't have a 3D printer.

The answer to that question is that 3D printers are on course to become as commonplace as desktop computers today. Nearly every modern household will likely have one within a few years, and the idea of "printing out" small objects that you need around the house or office will become commonplace.

For example, instead of running to the hardware store to buy a wildly overpriced T-connector for a drip irrigation line in your back yard, you will simply fire up your 3D printer, select the T-connector object from a menu and click PRINT. A few minutes later -- and for about a nickel's worth of PLA material -- you'll have your part.

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The Dremel Company has just released a consumer-friendly 3D printer that brings this technology closer to becoming a common household appliance. It's called the Dremel 3D Idea Builder. The object build dimensions are limited to 9" x 6" x 5.5", but that's plenty for many objects you will need around the home or office.

Right now, this Dremel printer costs just under $1000, but just as we saw with inkjet printers in the 1990s, mass market demand will sharply drive these costs down. Within another 2-3 years, you will likely see high quality consumer-friendly 3D printers available for under $500, and the library of available downloadable objects will rapidly expand.

3D printing is a similar leap that brings a whole new wave of decentralized, non-authoritarian, grassroots manufacturing technology to the masses. With 3D printing, millions of people can quietly and privately print the objects of their choosing, without censorship or repression.

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