3D printing hasn't really taken off


#1

Has it?


#2

seem you are VERY wrong


#3

Damn! Was just about to make this joke:


#4

ermmm you still went ahead with it.

Bad form.


#5

people have made plastic aeroplanes with it, so you might say it has LITERALLY taken off.

alas I can find no examples.


#6

It looks quite well-crafted to me!


#7

I bought a 3D printer light up replica of the moon, probably one of my all time best purchases


#8

dont think they exist on THE INTERNET!!!


#9

It’s just a bit shit right now, it’ll probably get better. Like computers used to only make banners and now they can, idk, do twitter.


#10

ftfy


#11

Nobody really can get their head round what sorcery is involved in it.


#12

shortly after this photograph the 3D printed hat was quite literally TAKEN OFF the mannequin


#13

I’m in charge of our 3D printing portfolio at work.

Big, big fan of it. It’s got no cases in it.


#14

People seem to do it all the time on Reddit


#15

Not sure what they’re so happy about. Wings tied on with string isn’t that encouraging.


#16

My cousin makes bespoke furniture in Lewisham and uses a 3D printer to make plastic hinges #london


#17

this is pure brilliant, be prepared for tears if you haven’t already seen it


#18

No it was definitely 3D printed


#19

Should probably stop keeping kids in his shed tbh


#20

Y’know 3D printing organs or body parts, is that going to just be gobbled up by private healthcare?