Talk about the prototypical application for 3D Printing; this is a natural!
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They really do need to improve the speed though. At a local hacker space around me they have a Makerbot 3D printer available to members and its always occupied. One member printed a 2 inch keychain design which took 6 hours to fabricate. That kind of wait wouldn't go over so well with folks waiting for fast food.
The idea? Cool. The execution? Seems...a ways off...
Also, I'm trying to imagine where in a typical McDonalds restaurant they'd put a 3D printer, and how much more congested the place would be with a gaggle of kiddies crowding around it.
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