The Prusa Model 3 is the first printer capable of 3D printing in just about any shape and size.
The $1,995 3D-printing machine is capable of printing everything from a car to a toilet seat.
But the printer is also able to print just about anything else, from car parts to toilet seats to even a house.
Prusa, a company based in Silicon Valley, made the announcement today at the CES trade show.
The printer is made using a modified MakerBot Replicator 2 that uses a new “C” design for its body.
MakerBot says the printer was designed to print objects that are too large or too small to print in a traditional extruder.
“You can print objects as small as a pencil and you can print them as large as a car,” MakerBot co-founder Rob Rhinehart said.
“With the 3D Prusa you can do that.
And if you want to do something a little bit bigger, the MakerBot can do it too.”
The printer can print just as well as a traditional printer, but it also prints objects with different shapes.
The Prusas Model 3 comes in two sizes.
The larger model is capable with 3D printers that can print an entire house or even a full room.
You can get a full house, or you can make a 3D model of it and print it out in a matter of minutes.
The bigger model comes in at 5.25 x 3.8 inches.
The Model 3 also comes with a “printer cord” that can connect a computer to the printer, and the cord is designed to connect to the computer’s printer cable.
The cord also comes in a set of three colors: black, white, and grey.
There are also six colors available for the cord: blue, green, red, yellow, and purple.
There is no way to control the printer without having a computer connected to the machine.
The new Prusa printer will be available to the public later this year.