You can draw your very own things in 3Dtin and I’ll build them for you in plastic. It was clear that one day… one day… 3D printing was going to be the technology that would let people make whatever they want to make, on their own terms. But it would take years of gradual improvement for existing 3D printers to become good enough to function in the home. Artur thought, "what would a 3D printer that would work in the home look like? What if we could make it easy enough so that kids could use it? What if it could recycle its own material? What if it was affordable and easy to use? What if it would just work, all the time. What if we could start from scratch and create a true home 3D printer, a 3D printer for kids. If someone wanted to make the "first on the desktop" for every kid in the world, what would that 3D printer look like and how would it work? Artur began to work on the Origo, the 3D printer that will hopefully answer all those questions eventually.