In the next decade or two, you may be able to fire up your own 3-D printer to make replacement parts for home appliances, create a toy for your kid or even create your own jewelry from your own designs. That’s all possible, according to author, innovator and digital artist Isaac Budmen.
“There are no limits to what this technology may do in the future,” Budmen told a group at the Polk State College’s Arts Incubator and High-Impact Speaker Series at the PSC Advanced Technology Center Wednesday.
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