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Rob Spiegel

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Ann R. Thryft

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Charles Murray

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Ann R. Thryft

Open Collaborative to Set 3D Printing Standards Kicks Off
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RP Siegel, Contributing Writer

Under Armour’s 3D-Printed Training Shoe Breaks Barriers
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Sports apparel company Under Armour recently introduced a new training shoe, the Architech, based on a cutting-edge design and manufacturing process.

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