3D printers fascinate me. I’m sure I’m not the only one. I do not own one (yet) though. There are several reasons for that:
- I have to convince my wife to let me buy one. No further comments.
- I’d have to cough-up a few G’s because I’d buy a really good one, like a tried-and-true MakerBot. There are cheaper alternatives but what I hear is they might have some flaws you only discover after 50-100 prints. Reviewers often don’t get that far before grading a 3D printer. I have more research to do.
- What would I print?
The third one used to be the key issue for me. My 3D design skills are quite rudimentary and I’d be afraid of wasting a lot of time and filament (i.e. 3D printing material) only to produce really crappy objects, parts and prototypes.
Then I discovered MakerBot’s Thingiverse.
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