The promises of what 3D printing are pretty far reaching, and as time goes on it feels like there is merit to the claims.
Since purchasing my Makerbot (and getting over the awe of the cool sample projects) the world has gotten much more interesting having this in my world. It has really made me think more about how things are fabricated and the more intricate nuances of being a maker. And a reverse-engineering maker at that. More on that later.
One fun project last November was printing husband, wife, and their unborn child, the husband of the trio being a co-worker.