With a 3D printer, you could print figurines, a rose for your Valentine, and even print another 3D printer.
Mind-boggling? Not to the enthusiasts.
Tomorrow, Nanyang Technological University launches its $30 million 3D printing research centre.
Overseas, there are 3D printers that claim to be able to print food, dental moulds, and are working to printing make-up and human organs.
We speak to some companies here who are already riding the trend and making 3D their business.