A startup in California has developed a 3-D printer which can print out anything on a material of any size.
Exro Technologies, based in Sunnyvale, California, claims that it can print everything from a piece of paper to a car, even on the surface of the Earth.
The company has received funding from Google Ventures and Facebook, as well as $500,000 from the US Department of Energy, to make the printer, which has an internal capacity of about 1.2 millimeters.
The company claims that its machine is capable of producing objects up to one meter in length, including the most complex structures, such as a spaceship.
It can also print objects that have a density of 0.1 grams per cubic centimeter, which is twice that of normal paper, or even more, because it can bend and twist with a 1,000 times greater force than a paper clip.
It’s a huge step forward for 3-d printing, but the printer can also be used for other things like making sculptures, which will make it even more useful for artists and designers.
“The real technology is the software,” CEO Paul F. S. Fenton told Ars Technic.
“It’s not the physical part.”
Sketches and images of the printer are stored on a hard drive, and a 3d scanner, which can scan the material, is attached to the printer’s body.
The printer itself weighs less than a pound, and the printer takes just 30 minutes to produce a 3mm object.
There’s more than just printing material, however.
The technology can also make 3D models of objects that were not originally created in the lab, which allows designers to design the 3D model with other people.
Exro’s software can also process images, creating 3D 3D printed models that can be sent to other printers for 3D printing.
Fenton said that Exro’s machine can also produce the original materials of the project, like paper, in the first place.
“[We’re] not going to print a piece from scratch.
You can print a very complex piece of art or a piece that’s going to be very, very expensive.
That’s not what we’re going to do,” he said.
To make a real object, the company has created a printer in which it can add materials, like polymers, to its printer, and also can add 3D shapes to its design.
The machine can create objects in a way that is both economical and reproducible, and that’s one of the biggest advantages of this machine.
Spencer Miller, a professor of materials science and engineering at the University of California, Berkeley, told Ars that the company’s technology is a step in the right direction.
Miller said that 3-sensors could become more common in the future, and more precise.
He also said that the 3-dimensional printer could potentially be a useful tool for designers and artists, and it could lead to new uses for 3Ds printing.
“There’s so much potential for this technology,” he told Ars.
“We’ve never seen anything like this before, and this technology could help us make things that are more useful and more durable, which are the kinds of things that we would want to make in our daily lives.”
Exros 3D printers are already being used by artists to create 3D objects.
One artist in New York City, who goes by the name of Piotr Szybala, is using a 3DPrinting machine to print objects, including a sculpture, which he said is the “most beautiful piece of sculpture I’ve ever seen.”
Other artists are using the machines for their own projects, and they’ve also made their own 3D prints.
In 2015, the artist Jaron Lanier created a 3DRong, which uses 3D technology to create a sculpture out of metal parts that he used to build a 3DM printer.