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(LA Times)   3D Printer use #1,273 - Skull replacement   (latimes.com) divider line 5
    More: Interesting, Office of Personnel Management, skulls, implants  
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2013-03-09 05:18:51 PM
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Just don't quote, just don't quote.
2013-03-09 01:13:20 PM
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I seriously hope that we can achieve 3D printing at the molecular level so we can one day synthesize whatever the hell enzyme QA is missing in his brain that makes him such an idiot.

/double points if wel have to do this in orbit.
2013-03-09 12:07:23 PM
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Well I'm sure there's advantages to being able to make stuff on the fly but who'd want a head shaped like a printer?
2013-03-09 11:50:24 AM
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I'm sure that won't help him live any longer at all.
2013-03-09 11:22:45 AM
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Obviously this 3D printing thing is not going anywhere so we should just stop hyping it up. It'll fizzle out just like that computer fad thing in the 70s or the horseless carriage debacle in the 1880s. Technology has limits, y'know.
 
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