The Fold  ·   August 8, 2013

3-D printing takes shape in unlikely spots

- With 3-D printing, objects you can feel and hold are seemingly created out of thin air. The process used to be more experimental than practical, but now these high-tech printers are showing up in unlikely places, like public libraries and the pack-and-ship store down the street. ()

- With 3-D printing, objects you can feel and hold are seemingly created out of thin air. The process used to be more experimental than practical, but now these high-tech printers are showing up in unlikely places, like public libraries and the pack-and-ship store down the street. ()

3-D printing takes shape in unlikely spots (3:16)

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