Engineers at the Vienna Institute of Technology announced what appears to be the world’s smallest 3D printer. While 3D printers aren’t new, this printer weighs in at just about 3 lbs. Its inventors say it can be sold for about 1200 Euro (about $1,700 U.S.), and one day hope that it will make its way into classrooms and homes. Read the Popular Science story here.
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