Why don’t manufacturers 3D print their machines as of yet? You think it’s expensive? The price of some detectors covers the cost of several 3D printers. So It’s not about the price tag is not really the point – the problem lies in the printing speed, it is not fast enough for mass production. But it’s just a matter of time, isn’t it? Still and all, metal detectors will be 3D printed. The question is who will print them… Odds are we shall get along without manufacturers’ help. Here’s an excellent example: a homemade 3D printed device. The unit is fully operational and yields finds!
Frankly speaking, it’s not the most awesome homemade 3D printed detector. Take a look at that one, and you will understand how 3D printing is affecting the hobby of metal detecting. All content related to 3D printed MD items is collected here. I wish you all happy hunting (even with homemade wooden machines)!