The team says the prototype is "no bigger than a carton of milk," about 3.3 pounds in weight, and can be sold for 1200 Euros (about $1,700 USD). The size and price are both flexible, and could go down if the printer sees mass demand. No word on whether they'll attempt any sort of mass production, but this is a pretty intriguing look at our future. It's not hard to imagine a 3-D printer on every counter, alongside the food processor and coffee machine. In fact, it's great fun to imagine that.