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  • Guys, this was 3D printed and I'm going to eat it.

  • Hey, guys, it's Trace here for D News.

  • I'm at CES 2014 and we're in the 3d printing area.

  • It's still the hot technology this year.

  • They have a whole section devoted just

  • to all the 3D printers at CES.

  • 3D printers can use metal, they can use ceramics,

  • they can use plastics.

  • They can print bio cells.

  • They can even print food.

  • And that's what this little guy is right here.

  • Even though 3D printing is super big right now,

  • it's still kind of a super nerdy, nerdy nerd nerd level

  • of technology.

  • They've sold 68,000 3D printers, according to one poll.

  • And the industry is about $2.2 billion.

  • But most of them are way too complicated

  • for the average consumer.

  • And this year at CES, they're trying

  • to change that and bring them more into a lower price range

  • and easier to use.

  • So this is by 3-D Systems.

  • It's printed food, you guys.

  • And we're going to try it.

  • OK, guys, here we go.

  • It's good.

  • It kind of tastes like the marshmallow in Lucky Charms.

  • The MakerBot Replicator Z18 is the largest model available.

  • And it was announced here at CES.

  • It's 12 by 12 by 18 inches.

  • That is huge.

  • And you can do all sorts of cool stuff with it.

  • And we talked to Bre Pettis, CEO of MakerBot,

  • a little bit about it.

  • What's the best part about it, other than it's giant, right?

  • Is that it?

  • So the MakerBot Replicator Z18 is our biggest 3D printer.

  • We launched a small, medium and large one.

  • And this is the big one.

  • And there's a couple things that are special about this.

  • It's got the MakerBot Replicator Smart Extruder.

  • This sends you a message when you need to add more filament.

  • And it'll send it to your phone.

  • It'll say, hey your model's done.

  • Come pick it up and get the next one started.

  • It's got a camera in it, so you can take pictures of things

  • that you make.

  • You can monitor your progress and broadcast out

  • your latest creation on social networks.

  • The MakerBot Replicator Z18 has a heated

  • build chamber, which actually keeps the models dimensionally

  • stable, as it's being made.

  • Inside the 3D printer is the MakerBot Replicator 3D printing

  • platform, the electronics and software.

  • All three 3D printers have very, very powerful electronics

  • and software behind them.

  • And this one's no different.

  • The MakerBot Replicator Z18 is for the person

  • who doesn't want any limits.

  • They want to think big.

  • They want to go-- they don't want any limitations.

  • And the third in our lineup of 3D printers at CES

  • is the DaVinci 1.0.

  • It's made by XYZ Printing, whose parent company was a 2D

  • printer.

  • So they're able to make this guy for $499.

  • Yeah, $499.

  • It's super cheap.

  • But it's made by a 2D printer that now makes 3D printers.

  • They just added that extra D. And it

  • has proprietary print cartridges.

  • So that's pretty much it for 3D printing here at CES 2014.

  • We've got a big guy.

  • We've got a cheap guy.

  • And we've got a tasty guy.

  • Which one of those would you pick, if you could have one?

  • Let us know down below in the comments.

  • And thanks a lot for watching D News, everybody.

  • Make sure you subscribe for more.

  • We'll see you next time.

  • Thanks again to Toyota for sponsoring our CES coverage.

This episode of D News is brought to you by Toyota.

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