A car on display in San Francisco is being used as a showcase for what can be done with 3D metal printing.
One of the more intriguing cars on display at the Detroit Auto Show didn’t roll off an assembly line. It was mostly built using a 3-D printer.
Three Home Depot stores in the Bay Area have begun selling 3D printers for the first time in a pilot program to reach out to hobbyists and other do-it-yourselfers.
Unveiled this week, the model covers over 115 blocks of the Financial and South of Market districts, including landmarks like AT&T Park, the Ferry Building and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
The 3D printing machine allows users to add ingredients to it, with a prepared item, like a cookie or pasta, popping out.