Wednesday, 1 January 2014

BI V2.0: The self-replicating 3D printer

3D printing promises that one day we may be able to print out goods in our own homes rather than popping down to the shops or ordering widgets online. But what happens when the printers are able to print themselves? Boots Industries’ BI V2.0 takes a step down that road with a design aimed at self-replication. Currently the subject of a Kickstarter campaign, the open-source printer is capable of printing its own core components... Continue Reading BI V2.0: The self-replicating 3D printer

Section: Electronics

Tags: 3D Printing, Kickstarter, Open Source

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