As Peter Svensson reports, last year there were only a handful of 3-D printer vendors at the CES. This year, they had to turn some away.
3-D printing is entering the kitchen. We can print a cupcake, though the price tag is still a little steep.
How about jewelry? And prosthetics? The opportunities are amazing.
As Shawn Dubravac, an analyst for the Consumer Electronics Association states, "we're moving to a world of mass customization."