A good Dremel, with the right attachments, can take care of about 75% of your basic home improvement projects. It won’t caulk a bathtub, frame a wall or paint a ceiling, but it does a damn fine job drilling holes, sanding, cutting and polishing. They’re so popular that rotary tools in general got the Scotch tape treatment, and now we just call them all Dremels. The point is, Dremel knows what they’re doing when it comes to making affordable, usable products, and they just released the Idea Builder, a 3D Printer that costs less than $1,000. 10 different colors of filament. Easy-to-use software. Pre-installed extruder. Full color touch screen. 9″ x 5.9″ x 5.5″ maximum build volume. It’s also as easy to setup as a new iPhone (without iCloud backup), light enough to move for storage and has a online support community for models, sharing and support. Making your own Mold-A-Ramas is finally affordable.