If you're somebody who wants to get into customized 3D printing, but can't afford the rather high current price of entry, there's good news for you. Customized 3D printing is coming to the public in the form of the Dreambox vending machine.
Dreambox was created by co-founders David Pastewka, Ricard Berwick and Will Drevno at Berkeley. Users simply upload the 3D files of whatever they want printed to the Dreambox servers and choose a convenient location of the closest Dreambox. Once the machine completes its work, customers receive a text message saying that their 3D printed work is done and ready to be picked up. Costumers would also have the option of uploading their 3D designs in person at the machine using a USB flash drive too.
For people who are getting excited about the potential of customized 3D printing, Dreambox is quoting prices and taking orders.