Play-Doh 3D Printer Allows More Experimentation
Printing with reusable material could encourage more designers and educators to get involved.
As the cost of 3D printing continues to lower, it’s still just out of reach from most everyday consumers, especially if you consider the single-use plastics used by many of the machines. Hyrel 3D however, might be changing all that with the first machine that lets you print with reusable materials.
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