The drop in the price of 3D printers means that, finally, they are becoming cheap enough for home users.
Around 2003, when 3D printers first came to market, you’d be looking at $40,000-plus to own one.
However, The Australian last week managed to get its hands on a 3D printer designed for home use that will cost just $1094 when it goes on sale here in about two months.
Distributor 3D Printing Systems showcased the UP Mini 3D at the CeBIT technology show two weeks ago, creating busts of visitors there. Read more.