Everything starts with an idea, a concept that hopes to improve something and make it more user-friendly, while in the same time maintaining the design simple and attractive. 3D printers that can be found on the market today differ in size, shape, design, mechanisms they use, and of course in price. As time goes on 3D printers are becoming prevalently consumer products. Soon many stores will go bankrupt because it will be possible to inexpensively print anything you need, from parts of your washing machine that need replacement to toys for your kids. The only problem is that if you use a small printer you can’t print large items without losing quality, and on the other hand, if you use a large printer you can’t place it on your office desk or in your kitchen but you rather have to place it in your garage or workshop.