Engineering student develops low-cost 3D printed crop monitoring drone for family farm

Of all of the incredible things that designers, engineers and Makers are using 3D printers for, it’s hard to deny that one of the most inspiring and fascinating areas to watch is in disrupting traditional product manufacturing processes with new methods that not only allow for product customization, but also the ability for many users to afford a particular type of product that they might not have been able to previously due to the high cost of parts and manufacturing.

This article Engineering student develops low-cost 3D printed crop monitoring drone for family farm is first published at 3ders.org.

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