Thanks to the RepRap movement, 3D Printing has gone mainstream today. Almost 70% of all desktop 3D Printers are based on the RepRap open source model. Although the first models did require substantial knowledge in order to build it and operate it, the landscape has changed dramatically today with better technology and greater production yield. The machines are continually getting more and more capable, reliable and easier to use, and the range of usable materials increased everyday. People from all fields are experimenting, learning, teaching, and innovating through the technology because of the increased accessibility of these machines.
The Progress Of Desktop 3D Printers
3D Printers Sale From 2007 to 2015
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