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It already has in many ways. Research the impact 3D printing has had on prosthetics. It is a wonderful thing to research and find.

Have a blast with it!! I know I am and I am not up to the point of making my own robotics of any kind. I am just now figuring tolerances and such in a realistic (vs theoretica) point of view to insert tubes, cavities and such for parts, wiring and other nifty things.

There is nothing like it. :)

Oh, and you are in the right place....so many people with just plain ol' good info and willing to share and help.

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