We are way past the "next step"<quoted text>Take the next step you fkn moron to learn that it costs six figures and more to replicate simple items that can only function at a glimpse of those being cloned.
Don't be that fkn dumb__just don't OK?
"In 2008-09 the 3D printing market took a major turn with the availabil-ity of open source manufacturing kits priced under $1,000, including various derivatives of the RepRap open source
project (discussed later) and the Cup-Cake CNC from MakerBot Industries. These devices ushered in a new group, hobbyists, who previously couldnt afford their own personal machines.
And like all technologies, prices have continued to fall; for example, the Printrbot LC launched in 2012 for $549.50
The availability of low-cost 3D printers has spurred many to manufacture at home, bypassing numerous steps"
Technology moves at a fast pace, Realtime. Keep up or get run over.