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3D Printing trends and the possible future in 2019

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3D Printing trends and the possible future in 2019. We already know the little bit about 3D Printing.
We are still in the learning process. Nobody is perfect and we are also don’t know several things:)
We learn new things every day. We are so curious to explore what are the new material, products, and any new kind of printer.
Even though we buy everything, what is the importance of those things.
I think reading more books can satisfy our curiosity.

3D Printing Trends That Will Shape Our Future in 2018 – 2019: Takeaways & Statistics from 27 Different Studies

  • https://www.amazon.com/Ultimate-Designing-Prototyping-Manufacturing-Product-ebook/dp/B06X3VG25X/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1487362581&sr=8-5
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Teaching Alexa to 3D Print

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The day will come when we can program our 3D Printer to make our food, just like ordering food at a restaurant, ordering online, or ordering take-out.

Everybody will have their own choice, vegan, vegetarian or any other kind of food, based on food allergies too.

We will be able to program the menu for a whole month and feed it to the 3D printer, change the refills according to our choice. When we come back home our food will be prepared and dinner served.:)

 

 

Sometimes a gadget like Alexa or Google Home is a solution looking for a problem. Then the problem you’ve been looking for hits you square in the face. I’ve confessed before that I have an oscilloscope problem. I also have a microcontroller development board habit. It appears now I have too many 3D printers. I […]

via Teaching Alexa to 3D Print — Hackaday