John Biggs

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Three-D printers produce objects by spraying thin layers of plastic, metal or ceramics that build into shapes. Industrial companies use them to make parts.

3D Printing and DIY Guns

Three-D printers produce objects by spraying thin layers of plastic, metal or ceramics that build into shapes. Industrial companies use them to make parts.

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