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Suburban Mansions To Life On Mars: 3D Printed Buildings

The future is here. You might not guess it from looking at these mediocre buildings, but the revolution has arrived. Imagine being able to construct a building from scratch in a matter of weeks, or as some claim, in a … Continue reading

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Computerized Tools For Sculptors and Designers (part two)

Today’s artists and designers who work in three-dimensions have a wonderful array of computer-based tools to help them make objects. Those tools generally fit into three categories: milling, sintering and printing. All three start with an artist/designer creating a 3-D … Continue reading

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Computerized Tools For Sculptors and Designers

Today’s artists and designers who work in three-dimensions have a wonderful array of computer-based tools at their disposal. What started as an expensive and highly specialized way to build prototypes and speculative models has evolved into a normal means of … Continue reading

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