3D Printing is quite cool, (and even more sweet in chocolate) but it's also quite complex, what with the need to understand 3D modelling applications before you start. But it doesn't have to be that way; a new 3D printer prototype targets the under-10 crowd. The Origo 3D printer isn't much more than a prototype at this stage, but the intent is quite noble, and it makes a lot of sense; who else is going to understand the technology of tomorrow when I'm old and can't remember how to operate the food replicator if it's not today's kids?[Origo3DPrinting]
Origo: A 3D Printer... For Kids?
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