This is sweet. Andrew Man-Hudspith is 11 years old. But he has used his 3D printer to make plastic objects and repair things that breaks. He likes inventing things, and he convinced his parents to get him a 3D printer by making a PowerPoint presentation "Why we should get a makerbot".
Watch the video below shot and edited by Nathan Fitch. OTM's Chris Neary produced it.
Posted in 3D Printing Applications
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Artemus wrote at 5/26/2013 10:30:37 PM:
Environmental impact of all these new output products, parts & pieces?????
Willie wrote at 5/24/2013 9:35:44 PM:
power of money
OhWell wrote at 5/20/2013 2:59:25 PM:
long term exposure to plastic fume study subject :-(
alvaro wrote at 5/19/2013 10:33:33 PM:
This boy will become a future tony stark .