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(Washington Post)   The latest use for 3-D printers? Giving cardiac surgeons practice runs   (washingtonpost.com) divider line 5
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2013-05-13 10:03:24 PM  
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QA, do you get a text message set to IMPORTANT every time a Fark headline with "3D printer" goes green?
2013-05-13 09:50:00 PM  
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I'm terrified the government and industry will conspire to regulate these things into oblivion before I can use them to print off humorously large plastic cocks to leave on people's cars.
2013-05-13 11:47:48 PM  
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3D printers that help life extension? Doesn't this make Space Bevets' head explode (I can't see from this account)?
2013-05-13 10:54:31 PM  
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Go print some plastic brake pads for your fixie, Quantum, it's not like they'll wear out
2013-05-13 10:05:24 PM  
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Iknhaton: QA, do you get a text message set to IMPORTANT every time a Fark headline with "3D printer" goes green?


Yes, I need a break from my busy life of banging supermodels.

I just wonder what happened to VR. I thought all these gloopy real world objects and moving parts were passé.
 
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