It goes without saying that the invention of the three-dimensional printer is one of the coolest and most innovative inventions of recent years.
Not since the lightbulb from Thomas Edison (or, as many colloquialisms would have you believe, the inception of sliced bread) has an invention been so thrilling, not just in terms of what it is currently capable of providing to the general public, but in terms of the possibility that comes with having an uncertain future.
Is there any limit to what the 3D printer can do? That is where the appeal to the invention resides for many. However, this article is not built around the purpose of speculation. Quite the contrary, actually. We are about to explore some of the things people have created while using a 3D printer that are among the coolest products to ever come from the highly advanced device.
As pictured above, one user of the printer was able to print a pretty cool and unique take on a soap dish. Others have printed a device that allows for you to keep the pages of the book you are reading down while also holding it. Someone was even able to print a stand on which to place their headphones. Pretty cool!