Last January Fabbaloo took a look at Google Trends to see the slope of interest in 3D printing
Owners and producers of personal 3D printers showcase their machines and their creations
RepRap, makers of fine self-replicating 3D printerse, offers us a glimpse of the future
Nobody knows how many plastic-parts-producing RepRap 3-D printers there are in the world.
More than 14 3D printers are printing simultaneously.
He will talk about the rapid emergence of an ecosystem of individuals, business start-ups and universities that collaborate in an extreme form of open innovation.
will be launched internationally during DMY International Design Festival Berlin, on the 2nd of June.
Since many parts of RepRap are made from plastic and RepRap can print those parts, RepRap is a self-replicating machine – one that anyone can build given time and materials.