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News - July 5, 2013

At Stanford, 3-D printing breaks new ground

Researchers use advancing technology to re-imagine how things are made

by Elena Kadvany

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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Editorial Assistant Elena Kadvany can be emailed at ekadvany@paweekly.com.

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