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Reshaping Product Development: 3-D Printing Builds Models Directly from Computer Design

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object printed directly from a mathematical model

This object was printed directly from a mathematical model and would be extremely difficult to manufacture by conventional techniques. It is intended as an illustration of the geometric capability of 3D Printing. This model was made by Z Corp., maker of what are said to be the world's fastest 3D printers.

Credit: Z Corporation


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