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Submitted by coolnumbr12
coolnumbr12 (2889243) writes "In just three days, Peachy Printer soared past its $50,000 goal. At the time of writing, the project has attracted $288,002 of funding on Kickstarter.

Peachy Printer relies on software that translates 3D models in an audio wave, and then plays the audio file through a computerâ(TM)s headphone jack. Peachy Printer uses the audio wave to drive a pair of electromagnetic mirrors to reflect a laser beam that shapes a hard object out of resin. The method significantly cuts down on the cost of the hardware."

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