10 year old extols his 3D printer's virtues


11 Responses to “10 year old extols his 3D printer's virtues”

  1. wylkyn says:

    Different video here offers a closer look at this little wunderkind.


  2. ag_the_king says:

    That’s so awesome. No matter if he did all that him self or not that was great. Now I want a 3d printer…

  3. Anonymous says:

    Best childhood ever!

    The audience is probably laughing in support. But not everything was intended to be a joke. Good thing the kid took it all in stride.

  4. Bloo says:

    Wow – if I _had_ presentations to do, I think I’d hire Schulyer to design them! That was great.

  5. Anonymous says:

    What impressed me the most was how that kid kept his act together no matter how the audience was reacting!

  6. thunderhammer says:

    I love how the audience is all like “OMG it talks!!! and points at things!! WOOO! WOOOO!!!”

  7. Anonymous says:

    That kid needs to be in a TV spot. Think of how many kids would be begging their parents – who’ve probably never heard of 3D printing – for a MakerBot!

  8. Anonymous says:

    As leadership in the local hackerspace Schulyer attends, I can confirm that he very much did all that himself. He is a brilliant young man and frankly prints us parts to keep our 3d printers running.

  9. geeta says:

    This is great, but it looks like his name is misspelled in the post (see his first slide — it’s Schuyler, not Schulyer.) Probably means a lot to a 10-year-old kid.

  10. Daemon says:

    He’s actually got a really good sense of comedic timing, all things considered.

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