3D Printers are meme shit, and far more bougie than CNC milling and laser cutting, because those latter things are actually useful tools in manufacturing that are already pretty standardized and used for good quality manufacturing. As >>2834
points out, it's not necessary that everyone owns one, but that their ownership is collective. Where does the whole 3D printer craze stand in all this? The ideology is that some day, everyone will own their own 3D printer, muh manufacturing of the future, as if they were on par with star trek replicators. They are not. All consumer grade 3D printers on the market are nothing more than rich kid's toys that are only useful for shitting out useless plastic doo-dads and phone cases. Extremely bourg/decadent, and a complete waste of resources and materials, items should be made of more durable substance than cheap plastic filament melted together, which is inevitably destined to get thrown in a landfill once the next, latest, more popular design to print comes out, or the item is simply gotten bored of.