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3D printers are able to make houses, foods, and even body parts! Tara breaks down some of the recent, mind-blowing developments in 3D printing, including how we're starting to print human organs!
Each 650-square-foot home costs under $5,000 to produce. Continue reading →
Scanning probe nanolithography enables cheaper 3-D prototyping.
French design students transform a commercial 3-D printer into a robotic tattoo machine -- and post the instructions online. Continue reading →
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