Young technology and designer enthusiasts hit the interstate in search of a profitable use for one of the latest electronics to hit the market.

3D printing technology is moving quickly. It's being used by designers, internet file-sharing websites and even chocolate cupcake enthusiasts. But now it is really kicking into high gear. Bilal Ghalib and Alex Hornstein are driving around the country with two 3D printers in the trunk of their Prius designing and selling products made by the printers. They are terming their project, “Pocket Factory,” which they are positioning as their first exploration into the future of 3D printing. Here's more from their website.

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