|Picture of Catan set from articles in Jan. 2011|
So lately there has been a lot of discussion of 3D printing regulation and its possible implications for the industry, whether from government or larger corporations. This comes after Stratasys recently seized a printer that was leased to a man that was working to create an open-source gun. This goes to show that my previous prediction about weaponry being the catalyst for regulation of (and a spotlight on) the 3D printing industry may turn out to be true (see my previous analysis of WikiWeapons here).
|Get this Catan border frame on Ponoko here|
|Get 3D tiles like this on Shapeways here.|
|Get these pieces on Thingiverse here.|
Check out this timelapse video of the printing of all the pieces for a Catan board below:
UPDATE 10-16-12: Thanks to Criedieki for pointing out that Sublime has moved all of their Catan products to github (here)