Mashable has highlighted three innovative 3D printing projects which might actually help change the world.
These projects include: Protoprint - an ethical 3D printer filament founded in early 2013 by Sidhant Pai, an environmental engineering student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT); Amsterdam's Canal House - claimed to be the world's first 3D-printed house; and WASP - a team of Italian-based 3D printer enthusiasts popular for their PowerWasp 3D printer that's intended to create affordable housing among the poorest corners of the world.
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