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At Stanford, 3-D printing breaks new ground

Original post made on Jul 9, 2013

People involved with 3-D printing in a vast array of fields -- techies printing their own computer parts, doctors printing human organs, artists printing jewelry, entrepreneurs making printers that are more and more accessible to consumers -- all agree on one thing: The revolution has arrived.

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Posted by homeless
a resident of another community
on Jul 9, 2013 at 4:37 pm

Good luck for posting your images on Palo Alto line photo gallery. They don't have the technology to display 3D images nor a pic of my painting that they displayed side ways. Why is that? Is this Silicon Valley? I pulled my oil painting out of the gallery, because they could not rotate it to post it correctly. When it comes to digital 3D images and posting pics in Palo Alto on line photo gallery: Good luck! I know for sure they could not rotate my oil painting to display it correctly! Forgiving slowly but surely!


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Posted by Musical Instruments Online
a resident of St. Claire Gardens
on Oct 7, 2013 at 5:42 am

This is very nice.
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