It’s amazing what you can do with 3D printers nowadays. This relatively new technology has already proved to be incredibly versatile, and has allowed anybody to become a manufacturer. Just see for yourself, with these videos of some of the most amazing 3D-printed items in the world.
PiKon, a telescope that can be printed for about £100 ($157). It was created by researchers at the University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK
Prosthetic limbs for a human — or even for a pet
Guns, created by Cody Wilson, a University of Texas Law student
Guitars, made by New Zealand-based ODD Guitars
A backpack-sized jet engine, printed by engineers at GE Aviation with a new technique which is melting metal powder layers, and took it to 33,000 RPM
A castle, made of 10-mm high and 30-mm wide concrete by Andrey Rudenko in Shorewood, Minnesota
Padlock, with a key
Houses built by a Shanghai, China-based company
An electric car named Strati, composed of 49 parts (an average car has hundred times more) printed in 44 hours by the Arizona-based Local Motors.