The 3D printer revolution is underway, and as with all tech revolutions they're only truly legimate when children can get on the action too. And, thanks to a new Kickstarter, a kid-friendly 3D printer is on the way.
Controversial but highly successful Aussie online retailer Kogan has entered the competitive 3D printing market with a splash - offering a home 3D printer for under $700.
3D printed pasta could soon be headed to your plate if a collaboration between Italian pasta-maker Barilla and Dutch research organisation TNO is a success.
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