Desktop 3D printers have come a long way ever since the first model was ever created. As the technology advances, additional uses for desktop 3D printers emerge. It not longer is just for hobbyists, as more professionals are acquiring these desktop 3D printers to prototype and design for their businesses. With new features, these desktop models provide similar quality that is on par with prototypes made from industrial 3D printers. That's not all, it also can provide cost savings of up to 80%! Within the education space, 3D printing is now impacting the way students are learning by teaching the concepts of design and iteration. By incorporating 3D printing into lesson plans, students are becoming more prepared for jobs in the future. In this article by Braydon Moreno, Co-Founder of Robo, he talks about where he envisions desktop 3D printing in the next 5 years.