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3d printed computers?


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EricLeClair

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So apparently, now you can "print" your own computer parts.

 

http://www.digitaltr...ld-electronics/

 

The way it works is you upload your design into these 3d machines and out pops a 'physical' product.

 

They even have files for this like this full on computer:
 

https://pinshape.com...rinted-computer

 

Has anyone tried this?

 

I would love to make my own custom computer parts. I usually go to TigerDirect but if this is true, it will save me so much :)


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A bit expensive isn't it? Here's a quote from your article:

five cartridges of Voxel8’s custom, silver ink ... just shy of nine grand ($8,999).

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