This 3D Printer Forms Figures From Flat Paper

This 3D Printer Forms Figures From Flat Paper

The technology can quickly churn out embossed images and even braille for the visually impaired

Leo Lutero
  • 8 july 2016

The Casio 2.5D 3D printer looks like a regular commercial printer but instead of using just ink, it uses heat to emboss information. This process lets the device churn out images and Braille characters that can be touched and felt in mere minutes.

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