Sure, 3D printers have been on the market for a while now, primarily provided by tech companies hoping to define a new market. While the prices have continued to drop amidst new competition, the venerable Dremel is set to revolutionize 3D printing by making it as ubiquitous as the toolbox in your garage.
Long known for their rugged and durable power tools, it seems like a natural evolution for Dremel to enter the 3D printing market. The aptly named IdeaBuild is designed for beginners and experts alike; it has a short learning curve and outputs at a resolution of 10 microns. Even better, Dremel has partnered with Autodesk to provide a complete online 3D printing experience.