Scan Yourself

Put buy 3D printer on the Santa list and by the end of the Christmas season you will have little copies of yourself all around the house, you can scan yourself and the image will be made into a three dimensional copy and then run through a 3D modelling program, you can be your own superhero if you so wish, make a doll of each member of the family and it won’t be creepy at all

Since around 2011 the popularity of the printer as a device that can be used in the home has had an upsurge and more and more consumers are getting one for the home with a great service. Goodness knows what they use it for but apparently there are a lot of hobbyists that find it imperative to have a 3d printer in their home.

The printer was first developed in 1989 and since then there has been amazing developments but none more exciting than the 3D printer, in that it allows for all sorts of production to occur with precision and without the wastage that occurs when you make something through reduction technology. 

Reduction means that you start with a solid piece of material and cut and file away at it until you have the item you want, whereas the 3D printer is addition technology in that it adds layer by tiny layer until the item is constructed. No filings left over and in the case of much of the production, the powder that is left over can be used once more in the machine and thus there is very little wastage. The only waste is not having the employees that you used to because now you have a printer services Parramatta that does all the work, all you need to do is get the image into the modelling program and make sure it is right and away you go.

Now for a model that can be used in the home you are looking anywhere from two hundred and fifty dollars to two thousand dollars, for those that are used in offices the prices range from ten thousand to fifty thousand and for industrial use the price rises dramatically from sixty thousand to two hundred thousand dollars, definitely not chump change.

Now you may be asking yourself what would you use it for in the office, well an architecture firm can have a three dimensional representation of the drawings they have been working on, instead of the expense of making the model themselves, they just need to put in the dimensions for the building and the printer will do the best and at presentation time, your clients will be able to see what it is you are talking about, instead of trying to imagine it, they will have the representation there and be able to point out the areas they wish to have altered and then you can make another model to make sure everyone is happy. This alone would be worth the expense of getting the machine it will bring in more business.