Kitchen utensils to be made in the home
Friday, 4th October 2013, Lucy Mccoy
Kitchen utensils can now be made from the comfort of the home, according to dailymail.co.uk.
Using a 3D printer, fans of gadgets can now create their own kitchen utensils, door knobs and toys. The Cube is just ten inches high and costs £1,195.
It has been designed to make a variety of plastic items that are up to 5.5 inches square using set templates that are included in the box..
This could revolutionise the modern kitchen, with people being able to get new utensils without even leaving the house. The desktop printer can turn a lump of plastic into a useful utensil, all on your granite worktops in the kitchen.
Theregister.co.uk reports that there are 16 different colours of plastic cartridge available, allowing users to create items that match the colour theme of their choice. This may be seen as ideal for people who need the convenience but also want something stylish for their home.
The printer itself comes equipped with 25 free 3D print files, while there are several other designs available on the manufacturer's website.
The plan for the future is that users will be able to buy other designs online that have been created by specialist design companies. Users will also be able to create their own designs as well.