Thanks to an army of creators who have a passion for making things by hand, maker culture is alive and well. My interest in 3D printing started way back in 2018, when I got pretty deep in the weeds, creating everything from tabletop game accessories to phone stands to a . Since then, 3D printing technology has come a long way, and I’ve doubled down, getting into 3D scanning and even laser cutting, which lets you sculpt real-world designs from wood and leather.
And right now, 3D printing know-how is more in demand than ever, with everyday citizens designing and printing out PPE equipment to help the fight against.
Source CNET Computer News