3D-Printed Laptop Operates By Hand-Turned Crank

3D-Printed Laptop Operates By Hand-Turned Crank

The Turbo Entabulator, a mechanical computer, shows the possibilities of new fabrication technologies.

Daniela Walker
  • 12 june 2013

Pretty soon, Apple will be out of business and everyone will be 3D printing their own laptops at home. Ok, this may be an exaggeration. But Chris Fenton’s use of 3D printing technology to create a rudimentary computer, The Turbo Entabulator (basically a calculator), looks to be a step in that direction.

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