Thanks to the digital age, I can’t remember the last time I actually used an office printer except when submitting bank documents. But the tech world has come too far, 3D printers are a thing now. They can do a lot more, for instance, create life-like objects. Although they still can’t print a standard document. You might have read Devin’s review of Ender 3 in the past.
I got to know about 3D printers a couple of years back and ended up creating the list of 49 things that I’d like to 3D print someday. That opportunity almost never came as I didn’t have a 3D printer at hand. If you’re living in a place like India where 3D printing isn’t that popular, then it can turn out to be a costly affair. It becomes very expensive to source the resin even if you buy the printer.
But recently, AnyCubic sent us their Photon S 3D printer, and that’s when the curious part of me was dancing in joy. Because in the world saturated with smartphones and PCs, I finally have a new toy to play with.
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