Should 3D printers be allowed (yes) or they are unnecessary for use?

Asked by: TheINFJNala
  • Only for really essential things such as organ transplants

    Now, I totally disagree with using 3D printers for things we don't need. For example, if we have the food to make the 3D printed food, then we don't need to print it. It won't solve world hunger. Giving the food we already have to the hungry will. Want to make more food? Grow it. Cook it. It's not that hard. We're wasting money by buying printers to make food which of we already have an abundance. Think about it.

  • Yes, for sure!

    Going off of Moore's Law here, it's predicted that within the next 10 years or so that we will be able to 3D print things like clothes for only a few cents. Then recycle our old clothes to make new ones. As 3D printing becomes cheaper and quicker people won't have to worry about being without some things. Fully working 3D printing organs with save countless lives and having proper warm clothing will have people from the cold. It will be easy to build things like houses (in the far future, probably) or prosthetic limbs and countless other things. 3D printing is the future.

  • Noo no no

    I said noooooooo no no no no n o n n n nnn nn nn nn n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n gotee

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Vox_Veritas says2015-03-25T20:49:05.987
Even if it's unnecessary, unless it were to have a significant downside it'd be illogical to not allow its use.