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.