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The time has come. 3D printers can now be used to print 3D printers. At least, that’s the case with RepRap, which is short for “replicating rapid prototype.” The project was started by engineer Adrian Bowyer in 2005, and he was quickly joined by others who wanted to take the 3D printing movement to the next level.
One member of the RepRap team, Nicholas Seward, recently created a couple of 3D printers that are almost vitamin-free.