Casio’s £33,000 Printer Can Turn Paper Into Faux Leather, Wood, and Alligator Skin

As a rule, we rarely post news about printers here on Gizmodo because, as a rule, they’re mind-numbingly boring. But Casio’s new Mofrel system does something truly innovative: it can add 3D textures to your printouts, turning flat paper into faux leather, stone, wood, and even simulate embossed stitched fabrics. Read More >>

This All-in-One Printer Churns Out Completely Functional Circuit Boards

Prototyping a new device without a factory at your disposal is as time consuming as it is expensive. Unless the crowd-funded Squink printer manages to become a reality. It lets hobbyists and aspiring Wozniaks print their own functional circuit boards using conductive ink and glue, for almost immediate turnarounds when they make revisions to a design. Read More >>

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Watch the Fastest 3D Printer In the World Creating the Tiniest 3D F1 Car You Can Imagine

This is London Tower Bridge, St. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna, and the tiniest F1 formula car you can imagine, all printed by the fastest 3D printer in the world. Watch it in action in this video. Read More >>