Won't work very easily in space, it needs gravity.
Lemme know when it does steel.
Pretty amazing, but still miles away from 'simply' rearranging protons, neutrons and electrons into any material you can think of. Reminds me of that video (animated) where a working laptop was generated on a block of carbon, which is still science fiction. But hey, it's better to live now than in the 19th century, right? Before I get -really- old I will have seen new technologies that I couldn't even imagine as a kid...
That is amazing
This is exactly what it appears to be; no tricks; no lies... I know you have all been lied to for so very long, but now you can finally accept something wonderful and useful for what it is, at face value! Remember MIT, Hrvard, Brown, and the best of the military, techno-complex is right there where this company is that replicates tools, etc. Now is the time; let x be x...
How could it scan the prarts which is not able to see on the surface. Is it some kind of x-ray?
We have one in our school :) i got to see it work, it costs around $17,000 to buy
3D Printer with moving parts? Amazing! I would pay 1000 dollars for a smaller (at home) version. This would be amazing to build more Lego parts.
and this is like 10yrs old already! we had this printer at LeapFrog in 2002, for printing toy prototypes
Amazing crazy real life 3D printer!