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Life sized Momo from To-Love Ru
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Posted 7/1/15

Ejanss wrote:


haikinka wrote:

3D printers are pretty amazing.


Has anyone figured out an earthly commercial use for 3D printers besides
A) Custom action figures
or
B) Sending charity artificial limbs digitally to distressed areas without access to medical?

That's all we seem to be seeing from the "new 3D Printing revolution", and one seems to be more valuable than the other.


A friend of mine uses his 3D printer to make body kit parts for cars. Looks nice and you can't even tell. Of course...don't get in a wreck with that on lol.
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Posted 7/1/15

Ejanss wrote:


haikinka wrote:

3D printers are pretty amazing.


Has anyone figured out an earthly commercial use for 3D printers besides
A) Custom action figures
or
B) Sending charity artificial limbs digitally to distressed areas without access to medical?

That's all we seem to be seeing from the "new 3D Printing revolution", and one seems to be more valuable than the other.


3D printers are still in their infancy stages. I'm sure more stuff will be done with them as time goes on and people start getting more creative, such as with this figure. And once they do, they'll be raking in the money.
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Posted 7/1/15

Ejanss wrote:


haikinka wrote:

3D printers are pretty amazing.


Has anyone figured out an earthly commercial use for 3D printers besides
A) Custom action figures
or
B) Sending charity artificial limbs digitally to distressed areas without access to medical?

That's all we seem to be seeing from the "new 3D Printing revolution", and one seems to be more valuable than the other.


This comes to mind as an example of 3D printers being put to more practical use: http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/d-brief/2015/06/15/3-d-printing-robots-bridge-amsterdam/
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Posted 7/1/15
That is pretty damn cool.
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Posted 7/1/15 , edited 7/1/15

Salamander3 wrote:


Ejanss wrote:
Has anyone figured out an earthly commercial use for 3D printers besides
A) Custom action figures
or
B) Sending charity artificial limbs digitally to distressed areas without access to medical?

That's all we seem to be seeing from the "new 3D Printing revolution", and one seems to be more valuable than the other.


3D printers are still in their infancy stages. I'm sure more stuff will be done with them as time goes on and people start getting more creative, such as with this figure. And once they do, they'll be raking in the money.


Yes, but think we'll start seeing the more utilitarian world-changing uses for it once the novelty wears off, everyone gets over the initial tech-honeymoon and can get their minds past the whole "Action-figure" thing.
Right now we're in the initial stages of any technology, where we try to see how we can use it for movies or porn.
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I need her to go with my 1/6 scale Max Factory Momo.

Need.

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This is kind of scary.. all machines need is a brain and we have already built machines to do every job.... even build a fake army using 3D printers that they keep improving using their new brain... how is that for using my imagination.
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Not interested in erotic statues, but it would be great if I could 3D print a lot of home decor. It's pretty amazing what a 3D printer can do.
Posted 7/1/15
I need this.
Posted 7/1/15

Sir_jamesalot wrote:


nichtmalda wrote:

1. I need this guys adress
2. I need to learn how to break in
3. I need a drunken priest to marry me to an object


Why do you need to marry it? just lock it in your house like the first guy did.


lol, exactly
Posted 7/1/15
impressive, but its lacking "functionality"
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Whoever mades this needs to get laid.
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So what's it made out of? paper because it's a printer? I don't really know how 3D printers work.
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DanteVSTheWorld wrote:

So what's it made out of? paper because it's a printer? I don't really know how 3D printers work.


I hope she's soft and squeezable lolol
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2N9UW9TDaao
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