It's the little ideas that make your project

Looking forward to a logical future? I would like to describe an invention to end all inventions. I call it the Replicator. The Replicator is a 3D printer.

Arthur C. Clark thought of something that can make an exact copy of everything. Clark began to dream of some kind of machine that would be able to create anything we could ever want. These ideas are not insane because, in his words, “the future is not merely an extension of the present” and he was not wrong.

Mr. Chuck Hull literally makes this true.  Hull started to work on the stereolithography, known today as the 3D printer. This invention has the ability to make solid objects by successively printing thin layers of ultraviolet curable material on top of the other. Hull embarked on his journey to make dreams come true and now has the ability to change the world for good.

Helpers:

These guys are able to 3D print hands for help kids and adults that were born without them. 

Build:

 Furthermore, this guy started to think big and created a house with a 3D printer. This kind of technology can help build houses faster. 

 “Every revolutionary idea seems to evoke three stages of reaction. They may be summed up by the phrases: 1- It’s completely impossible. 2- It’s possible, but it’s not worth doing. 3- I said it was a good idea all along.”

— Arthur C. Clarke

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