Now Anyone Can Purchase Kits to 3D Print Their Own Prosthetic Hands for Only $45, thanks to inventor and 3-D printing designer Jeremy Simon. Most prosthetic hands range anywhere from $20,000 up to over $100,000.
3D Printing a huge product in your home isn't financially feasible just yet, but that doesn't mean you can't try it at home anyways. Despite high-end printers costing in the thousands, there are plenty of printers that go under the thousand-dollar range. They have a wide range of printing sizes and quality of printing, and they all have their unique quirks. If you're ever interested in printing something yourself, have a look here.
Lacquered paper objects designed by Nendo is a series of small containers created using a 3D printer that cuts, stacks and pastes sheets of paper. The woodgrain texture is achieved by hand lacquering the items after printing. Click on pic for explanation. Pic from http://www.design-vagabond.com/2012/08/lacquered-paper-objects.html