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New Attachment Lets You 3D-Print Your Own Gadgets

25
Apr
2014

Most consumer-level 3D printers can print only in various types of plastic — great for making decorations, props and basic toys. Rabbit Proto clips on to low-cost RepRap 3D printers alongside the standard plastic extruder and can put down conductive material for circuits, thus allowing people to print devices with embedded electronics. Rabbit Proto, developed by a trio of Sanford, Calif.-based engineers, can be preordered for $350 on its website, with an expected shipping date of July 1.

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