3D printing is a free technology that is revolutionizing the world. Its possibilities are more infinite than the expected income itself and that augurs a great future for this technology.
In India they are taking advantage of this technology very well, not only taking it to poor areas but they have managed to bring 3D printers to the school world. This is having a great impact on young people, since many are creating 3D printers inspired by the models that are in schools and institutes of India.
Not long ago, a 15 year old boy managed to create a 3D printer model, an unusual and interesting fact for lovers of this technology. Recently this record has been surpassed, since a boy named Arya, at the age of 12, has managed to create his own 3D printer.
Arya is a boy from New Delhi who fell in love with 3D printing after learning about his institute's 3D printer. After that, Arya spent 42 days creating and developing her own 3D printer, an inexpensive 3D printer that allows you to work at home without having to depend on the school.
The resulting 3D printer has been christened Cuxem, which in Indian means "Science." A 3D printer that allows printing with any type of material except metal and can create figures with a height of up to 30 centimeters.
The development of this 3D printer is impressive but it is equally impressive that it was built by a 12-year-old boy. This being good proof that 3D Printing and Free Hardware is available to everyone, regardless of gender, economic resources or even age.
More and more schoolchildren are embracing free technologies, but it is true that the love for these technologies is enormous in developing countries. Surely Arym and India are not the only ones in this hobby, but Will they be the ones to hold the world record? What do you think?