Chris Padgett built his first 3D printer from a do-it-yourself kit. It was slow, frequently broke down and didn’t produce accurate results. Even so, he was captivated. So he built another.
Then he went to a Maker Faire
in New York, an event where “geeky-nerdy people” gather to learn what others are making and doing in science, engineering, tech and more. Padgett, 27, who graduated in mechanical engineering in 2011, recalls the experience[...] READ MORE