With the 2014 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) going on in Las Vegas, we are heraing a lot about a variety of technological marvels that will soon be appearing on the retail shelf.
One of the items that has been making continual ripples in the pond, is 3D printing which has been used for food, guns and I’m sure a entire array of things I haven’t even heard about.
The problem has been that a consumer-level 3D printer in a reasonable price range has been a little difficult to come by. Now, MakerBot has introduced the Replicator Mini an easy, no compromise 3D printer even a novice can use.
With a reimagined interface, wireless connectivity, a digital store for downloading designs, and touch-and-print capability, it’s never been easier to get started on that second career as a mad scientist! Available Spring 2014.