Maybe the most creative use of 3D printing you may have ever seen.

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+31 1. nakama7777 commented 9 years ago

just wow... :O
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+6 2. Kulgash commented 9 years ago

Dear Santa, will you be kind enough to get me one of those 3D printers instead of those coal lumps you usually get me? I haven't been that bad this year! >:)
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+11 3. TooRealToKill commented 9 years ago

My bet is that printing this art out takes less time then loading this vid from Snotr server.
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+4 4. woodhatch commented 9 years ago

Brilliant technology, but I can't help thinking that the computer is taking away the real skill of the artist and leaving him/her with a creative vision, which we all have.
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+4 5. Jim777 commented 9 years ago

It would also be nice if somebody would just fix all those cracks and ugly walls. Although that is not as interesting as this. O:)
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+6 6. loadrunner commented 9 years ago

It makes you think there is an error in the Matrix. And realize it is not only a rock or a brick you are looking at.

#2 Santa just gave you a lump of coal made with a 3D printer, are you happy now?