3D Printing (Part 1)

The last few weeks I have started to revisit 3D printing as a learning project. A video by Roy Cannaday using 3D printing to enhance engagment in gaming really got me back interested in this area. Since previous posts on 3D Printing in Healthcare and Maker Movement the cost and quality of printers has dramatically reduced so it is more of an option for the average user. This is the start of the 3D journey and more to come, and if purchasing a printer is warrented or is it more feasible to use printer centres for projects.