Author Topic: Hey, someone finally found a use for 3-D printers that DOESN'T involve firearms  (Read 1649 times)

Doktor Howl

  • Вся ваша база принадлежит нам
  • One-Armed Jizz Moppers
  • Deserved It
  • **
  • Posts: 410659
  • Horrible Bastard
    • View Profile
Well, that's hardly my fault.  I was just doing what I do, doing my little dance, singing my little song, you know?  And then Hirley0 got on the dance floor and said

First ^  Then V

And I did.  I didn't feel like I had any choice.  Between P-Funk and Hirley0, I became the man reptillian menace I am today.

Bootsy Collins did this to me.


  • Alea iacta est
  • Chekha
  • Deserved It
  • ****
  • Posts: 106435
    • View Profile
Hah, yes.

You may also remember this anti-piracy campaign from a few years ago:

Uh, well...

Using a US$499 3D printer known as the Solidoodle, 32-year-old computer programmer Ivan Sentch has been printing the necessary parts to create an outline of a 1961 Series II Aston Martin DB4, which he has begun sticking onto a wooden frame. Later, he intends to use this mould to create a fibreglass cast, which he will then place on top of a Nissan Skyline's running gear.


  • Deserved It
  • ****
  • Posts: 132067
    • View Profile
2013 Belief Du Jour:
3D Creationism.

Our universe was created by a humongous 3D Printer. This 3D Printer exists in a larger universe which itself was printed by an even larger 3D Printer.

As the tech develops, we will start to see inklings of 3D Printers being able to print cells, minerals, chemicals, etc... in time, we will be printing little microcosmic worlds, and then eventually those worlds will invent their own 3D printers...


  • Phrenological Consultant
  • Outlandish
  • ***
  • Posts: 6396
  • Undisclosed Medical Facility
    • View Profile
That is really cool.

Ben Shapiro

  • Deserved It
  • ****
  • Posts: 33361
  • Can one really say that pot isn't reckless?
    • View Profile
    • Preventing another Big Tobacco
3D guns are terrible.

I can't wait to see the printers becoming more affordable, and we'll see a rise in mom and pop stores.