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3D Printing Open Survey – If you could make almost anything, what it would be?
May 1, 2013
6:28 am
Forum Posts: 1
Member Since:
May 1, 2013

Hi everyone! I am a huge 3d printing enthusiast from Poland (Europe).
I run [redacted by 3DP admin] – news aggregator/blog concerning 3d printing, fablabs, open-source hardware and related.

If you have some spare time please fill in my 3D Printing Open Survey – If you could make almost anything, what would it be ? [link removed by 3DP admin]
Updated results are publicly available after completing questionnaire
(Please press "Wyślij" – Send button and "Wyniki ankiety" – Results button at the end).

This survey will be used to evaluate demand for 3d printing services globally. It consist of 30 questions about:
– open-source 3d printers
– future of additive manufacturing
– 3d printing services
– ecology in 3d printing
– copyright issues and 3d printing

Three example questions:

2. Which of the following 3d printing applications is the most interesting? *
– Things personalization
– Printing food
– Attempts to print structures resembles in functioning living tissues or blood vessels
– Creating impossible or difficult to create by using conventional technology things
– Printing rooms or buildings on earth/moon
– Printing chemical compounds (for example drugs)
– Using in renewable energy sources
– Printing parts and/or mechanical vehicles

3 . Have you ever heard about cheap DIY 3D Printers (for example RepRap, PrintrBot, MakiBox A6) ? *
DIY – Do It Yourself
– Yes
– No

4 . When 3D Printers will become one of the typical household appliances ? *
– After 5 years
– After 10 years
– After 15 years
– After 20 years or later
– Never
– I don't know

Feel free to ask questions!


May 1, 2013
7:29 am
Mark Fleming
Forum Posts: 22
Member Since:
July 23, 2011

Dziarski:  We very much appreciate your post. But we had to redact the links to your site and survey.  We cannot allow self-promotion, or else as you can imagine the site will be inundated in no time to promotional content to various websites. Hope you understand.

But readers of you post should feel free to add their comments here with answers to your questions, along with any conversation. 

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