All this week, Stuff is running interviews on the International News Stage at CES 2015, the biggest and craziest technology show in the world.
Stuff's Stephen Graves was joined yesterday by Max Lobovsky, co-founder of 3D printing firm Formlabs, to talk about the company's latest innovations in new materials – including flexible plastics – and the current state of 3D printing.
3D printing is changing the face of manufacturing – but will we see a day when every home has a 3D printer? What impact will it have on conventional manufacturing? And with 3D printing and scanning turning physical objects into easily-tradeable digital files, what are the implications for piracy of objects?
We discuss all these topics and more – check out the interview below.