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Slideshow: Smallest Dental Labs Get 3D-Printed Models

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Elizabeth M
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Re: Good application for 3D printing
Elizabeth M   5/27/2013 5:01:00 AM
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Indeed, Debera, 3D printing is proving to have far-reaching applications, maybe more than people imagined it would initially. Check out this slideshow I did on 3D printed body parts...this is the future! It's pretty incredible: http://www.designnews.com/author.asp?section_id=1386&doc_id=263240

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Re: Good application for 3D printing
matt214   7/24/2014 11:07:11 AM
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Isn't this just amazing work? Soon enough people will be able to have brand new teeth that fit their gums the perfect way and a fast and efficient manner. Long live 3d printing. At this point it's beyond imagining how far this technology could go. There are some great reviews about that on this local site. A lot of people might find it quite informative.

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