Of course not. Most people don't even have the need for a standard paper printer anymore in this digital age.
X-ray machines have come down a lot in price over the years, but no one is going to have one of those at their home either, despite how cool it might be to X-ray family and friends.
If you're one of those types that bought a flat screen TV for $10,000 when they first came out, and you've just got to have some neat gadget to play with at home, some Playdough and a couple plastic molds and shapers will entertain you just as much.
I know a couple of people that do. I have only talked about it really with just one of them and he seems to like it a lot, he is a car and builder kind of guy and loves the thing. Also this might interest you, Jay Leno has a 3d printer and talks of it.