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3D Printers That Are Changing the Industry

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Greg M. Jung
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3D Fabric Printers
Greg M. Jung   8/26/2014 11:56:09 AM
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The 3D fabric printer really caught my eye in this article.  This is clearly an innovative new approach to 3D printing.  Future applicatoins could include custom logos or better form-fitting apparel as the technology advances and smaller fibers are able to be manipulated.

arielsoft
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printers
arielsoft   8/26/2014 2:51:41 PM
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print.

Cabe Atwell
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Re: 3D Fabric Printers
Cabe Atwell   8/26/2014 4:52:29 PM
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Fabric printer makes a bear that is a little scary... but it's a great step towards a new use.

Charles Murray
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Re: 3D Fabric Printers
Charles Murray   8/26/2014 6:55:23 PM
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I agree, Greg. The fabric printer surprised me, too. There must be a way for the apparel industry to benefit from this technology.

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