A Minnesota man created a labor-free snowblower with a 3D printer.
Ryan Butler of St. Paul told Fox 9 that he's always been into remote-controlled toys like cars and boats, but he just made the coolest creation that actually clears out up to 10 inches of snow from sidewalks and driveways.
Butler pieced it together with parts that were 3D printed and assembled from his own design. It's powered similar to how a golf cart is, and can clear snow for two hours on a single charge.
Watch his snowblower creation in the video below!