According to BotObjects' product copy, this previously unknown hardware and software company has a revolutionary product on its hands in its new ProDesk3D 3D printer. Among other highlights, which my colleague Michelle Starr wrote about earlier this week for CNET Australia, the ability to print objects in a full range of colors from common PLA plastic would instantly put the ProDesk3D at the top of the consumer-grade printer market.
Follow along the reader comments on the various posts covering BotObjects announcement though, and you'll find a common refrain of skepticism.
"So we have computer-generated images of the printer. … Read more