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Innovation and Technology the Driving Force behind 3D Printing Advances
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It seems as though 3D printing is benefiting from a number of advancements made in terms of innovation and technology, and is now taking on all new materials to print on. While traditional materials used for 3D printing have been restricted to plastic and metal, companies are now using organs, food, sand, ceramics, and so much more. In fact, some of the creations sound as though they are straight out of a science fiction movie, such as a 3D printed building or limb. Read More

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