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Resonance Science Foundation

A new printer known as the ‘replicator’ could soon make the innovative and futuristic 3D printers a thing of the past. 3D printers came about in the early 1980’s and were considered a modern miracle. They work by depositing a material, such as plastic, layer by layer to reproduce a 3D generated computer image. Since their humble beginnings, and massively expensive prices, in which they were only able to produce functional prototypes they have since made significant advancements in precision. With such precision and the relatively lower prices they have become common place for the production of anything and everything from aerospace and automotive to medical. Read more in the full article by Dr. Amira Val Baker, Resonance Science Foundation Astrophysicist Source: https://www.facebook.com/groups/DigitalHabitatsCommunity/permalink/1997254083771322/

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