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A Battery and a “Bionic” Ear: a Hint of 3-D Printing’s Promise

Link: A Battery and a “Bionic” Ear: a Hint of 3-D Printing’s Promise Today’s 3-D printers can generally only build things out of one type of material—usually a plastic or, in certain expensive industrial versions of the machines, a metal. They can’t build objects with

Now You Can Buy 3D Printers From Staples

Link: Now You Can Buy 3D Printers From Staples futurist-foresight: Staples to sell 3D Printers soon. Superb news and another indication of the emergence of this technology. “Image via Getty, Emmanuel Dunand” “Staples, which announced in November that it planned to bring the devices to

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