The number one video in this collection, however, is more ideal than real. The Star Trek Replicator according to Wikipedia "...can create any inanimate matter, as long as the desired molecular structure is on file, but it cannot create antimatter, dilithium, latinum, or a living organism of any kind. In theory it seems to work similar to a universal assembler." In the real world, today's developers have countless innovations they must achieve before 3D printers can come anywhere near Star Trek's replicator. But once it does become possible, what's the first object you'd most want to download off the Web?
Star Trek Voyager: Tom Paris orders Hot Plain Tomato Soup
3D Printing a human head on a Zcorp Z450 Printer
3D printing for architects
3D Printer from Thinglab in London
What Can You Make With a 3D Printer?
3D printing demo -- ball bearings!
Interview with cheap desktop fabricator inventor
ProtoPulsion uPrint Personal 3D Printer
formz 3D Printing
3D printing in 4 simple steps: Shapeways