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engadget:

The Micro is a $200 3D printer that can make a teacup in an hour

This is awesome - and I want one, but aren’t we just going to end up making more useless plastic shit?How many people who purchase this are actually going to make something more impressive/useful than the default teacup (which I’m guessing is a 3D example file shipped with the printer).The easy part is the printing, designing the template is the difficult bit.

engadget:

The Micro is a $200 3D printer that can make a teacup in an hour

This is awesome - and I want one, but aren’t we just going to end up making more useless plastic shit?
How many people who purchase this are actually going to make something more impressive/useful than the default teacup (which I’m guessing is a 3D example file shipped with the printer).
The easy part is the printing, designing the template is the difficult bit.