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Artificial eyes, plastic skulls: 3-D printing the human body
CNN
(CNN) -- The 21st century has seen the growth of 3-D printing, with well-known applications in architecture, manufacturing, engineering, and now increasingly in medicine. The birth of 3-D scanning technologies combined with organic inks and ...
3-D printing the human bodyWSBT-TV

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The Brown Daily Herald

U. installs printing stations in eateries, Keeney Quad
The Brown Daily Herald
Students who resent last-minute runs to the Sciences Library to print materials before class may be in luck — new printing stations have been installed in the Sharpe Refectory, Andrews Commons and Arnold Lounge, Computing and Information Services ...



Venture Capital Post

The 3D Printing Landfill Of Opportunity
TechCrunch
There are lots of reasons to love 3D printing. It democratizes manufacturing, putting consumers in granular control of the things they own — rather than requiring them to choose from a finite pre-made selection. The additive manufacturing technology ...
Seattle entrepreneur is turning old soda bottles into 3D printer 'ink'VentureBeat
Seattle entrepreneur to crowdfund 3D printing machine that uses recycled ...Venture Capital Post

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3D printing: Don't believe all the hype
ZDNet
While 3D printing is arguably one of the hottest new categories in the technology industry -- following mobility and competing with connected cars and wearable technology, the nuts and bolts of 3D printing have been around for decades. However, key ...



Trendsetters, Mustang and 3-D printing combine for bite-sized history
The State
The task of taking full-sized computer-assisted drawings for the latest Mustang and adapting them to print a mini, edibile Mustang fell to the husband and wife duo of Kyle and Liz von Hasseln of Los Angeles, 3D Systems' creative directors for food ...

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Leaner and More Efficient, British Printers Push Forward in Digital Age
New York Times
PETERBOROUGH, England — At a media conference a few years ago, the editor of The Guardian newspaper, contemplating the future of print, recalled his paper's installation of its newest presses in 2005. “I had a feeling in my bones that they might be ...

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3-D Printing Is Going Mainstream Sooner Than You Think
Wall St. Cheat Sheet
If you follow tech news, you probably hear a lot about 3-D printing these days. But 3-D printing still hasn't gone mainstream, due in part to the high prices of the printers — but also because the devices are not really a consumer product yet. If ...
Notable Movers: Staples, Inc. (NASDAQ:SPLS), E Commerce China Dangdang ...Techsonian (press release)

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Digital Trends

Koenigsegg actually saves money 3D-printing parts of its new hypercar, the One:1
Digital Trends
The favor of the mighty gods of Valhalla? It is possible – especially that second one. What we can say for sure is that it has been willing – from the start – to take risks on new technology. And on the revolutionary One:1 that new technology is 3D ...
Video: How the Koenigsegg One:1 Utilises 3D PrintingGTspirit

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China's first buildings made with 3D printing installed Shanghai
khon2.com
CHINA (CCTV) – China's first buildings made with 3D printing technology were put into use in Shanghai recently. Without using a single piece of brick and a tile, ten gray-color buildings were erected in Qingpu district of Shanghai earlier this month ...

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Printing franchisee loved boating
Toledo Blade
Harry C. Archer, a former sales manager for Champion Spark Plug Co. and a franchise holder for a printing firm, who had a lifelong interest in boating and ships, died April 8 in The Manor at Perrysburg, where he had lived for nearly four years. He was 95.

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