3D printing seems to be the latest trend in hardware, and people are getting more and more aware about this impressive technology. At least, this is what this insightful 3D printing survey reveals. I have always been curious about how would people react to such a technology like 3D printing and some good folks have created this software to answer m questions.
The survey brings up interesting data which suggest that the world is getting ready for a complete shift regarding the industrialization of our societies. Can you imagine what would a world with 3D printing look like? You’d be able to create so many things inside your home, with your computer and a 3D printer: toys, garden tools, office things, screws, flowerpots, vessels, boxes and so, so many other things.
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