I see what you did there..
@oweasy, that's a nice comment you have there. *slips you a $100* Got any more?
How much do those things cost? (The 3D printer not the c0ck ring)
@fubnub, more money then you would make selling cock rings.
@fubnub, this particular one is $350. It has a very small build volume though.
@fubnub, they can get up to crazy amounts. The 3D printer my workplace has costs over $100,000. With the cheaper ones you get less accuracy and smaller build volumes. But for a few hundred bucks you can toy around with .stl files. I printed off a velociraptor claw!
@nate930, lers say I needed a very accurate printer with a print space of at least 3'×1'×1'. What are my options?
@fubnub, get an ultimaker 2
@Gamasennin, that's a pretty huge printing area. Our workplace has ca 3D ProJet 3500 (might be wrong on that number). That machine costs over $100k and can only print on a 10" x 15" area (approximately). Also with greater accuracy comes longer build times. A 0.75" thick part takes about 15-18 hours to print. Since the machine works layer by layer, the thicker the part, the longer the build. I don't know of a 3D printer that could even get up to those dimensions. Especially a 1' height range. You'd have to look online! I'm no expert on these matters. There are different kinds of 3D printers too. Some use a bath of liquid and laser sintering while mine is a traditional layer-by-layer printer that uses wax for support. The wax is melted off in an oven after printing.
@Gamasennin, it's a ProJet 3500 HDMax***
@nate930, To the internet!
What did you expect, you sick fvcks?
@Lord Commander Snow, A cock ring
Dammet I wanted a mini dick
Your wife is 3D printing a baby. Abort?
I can't wait until 3D printers are as common as regular printers.
It'll happen. Once regular printers were as rare as 3D printers are now.
just my size
Plot twist: measured the size on the pinky to see if it would fit on his member
Get your mind out of the gutter!!