Inspired by Sean's 'weekly font' posts I'm going to try something similar with new 'things' that fall under the categories of product design, 3D or CAD. The thread can be used to inspire, to help add things to your wish list or just be there to discuss how good or bad it is, the choice is entirely yours . For this weeks episode I've picked the FABtotum due to myself and others having an interest in 3D printing. The FABtotum is one of the first products in a new breed of home 3D printers, these not only include the original melted plastic additive approach but can also includes a scanner and/or a cnc mill for subtractive modelling. In the case of the FABtotum it has all three features and to my knowledge is the only one of it's kind targeting the 'home' user. It's a product I truly believe will speed up the development of these home 3d printers, even more so when you consider windows 8.1 includes 3d printing as a new feature. The FABtotum has already been funded on indiegogo where you can read more about it and they have a site at http://fabtotum.com/ http://vimeo.com/72722061#at=0 I'm personally hoping they'll release a v2 which is slightly bigger and can work with more than one colour at a time because when thats done it will make the product ideal for someone like me who works with 3D from home.