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I know rapid prototyping already uses this. I could also see it coming in really handy in the medical field.
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As in, download it, then wait hours upon hours, maybe even days for the part to complete? Doesn't sound instant to me.
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Not to mention the extreme cost of materials!
Yeah, the technology isn't there yet, but I can still dream.
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I have known about 3d printing since I started 3d work maybe 2 years ago. nothing new, except maybe a price change for 3d printing
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