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September 29, 2015 AT 4:00 pm

Makerfair 2015 – Miniaturizing #3dprinters

We caught up with James Carpino at World MakerFaire 2015, who made what may be the world’s smallest 3D Printer.

James Carpino writes:

My booth, entitled Inner Workings of 3D Printers, will host a variety of exhibits showing how 3D printers work. I started making 3D printers smaller as a hobby in 2012, and my first fully working miniature was the miniature Printrbot Simple. I’ll be in the 3D Printer Village under a tent in Zone 2. Look for me and my miniatures there!

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