3D printers have been surging in popularity for both professional and personal applications, and now OLO is on the verge of making 3D printing practical wherever you go. Their eponymous 3D printer is battery-powered and uses the light from your smartphone’s screen to create 3D objects out of special “daylight” resins.
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You place your phone in a bracket that covers everything but the screen, then put the bottom half of OLO on top of the bracket and add in the resin. Fit the top half on, then OLO uses the light from your smartphone to heat the resin as the 3D model is constructed. You… more

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