Thursday, June 20, 2013

3-D printers now mainstream

One way to tell a technology has crossed the chasm from the visionary early adopters to the pragmatic early majority is when it is written up in your local newspaper. Although 3-D printers have been around for many years, they have been an expensive and fragile tool for techies.

In today's New York Times, Amy O'Leary has written an article describing several examples of things people can do for their everyday life, complete with model recommendations and prices, as well as a link to Amazon's new on-line store for digital printing.

3-D Printers to Make Things You Need or Like