Whenever we talk about 3D printing we also have to mention that the printing process uses some sort of eco-questionnable acryllic material. Why not 'print' to wood instead? http://www.newstoday.com/

Whenever we talk about 3D printing we also have to mention that the printing process uses some sort of eco-questionnable acryllic material. Why not ‘print' to wood instead?

This little monkey from Sears(!), is the Craftsman CompuCarve Compact Woodworking Machine.

It allows “computer-controlled” 3-dimensional woodworking that even a novice can use.

OK, ok, you can carve plastics too. And let's pretend to ignore the waste the carving creates (Crikey, you can't do anything creative these days and be green, it seems).

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