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(NPR)   Museums welcome consumer 3D printers so: "3-D prints of sculptures by greats like Rodin or Michelangelo are as common as posters of a Van Gogh"   (npr.org) divider line 3
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2013-10-11 01:45:38 PM  
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StrangeQ: xria: Iknhaton: I'm pretty sure that at this point there is nothing they can't do.

Next we should 3D print out a spaceship to travel to Mars with a crew, and with a 3D printer on the spaceship to 3D print out all the food, water and air they will need on the trip.

You're like QAs bitter, immature, less eloquent little brother.


I like to imagine QA at the turn of the previous century frantically sending out missives that this whole electricity thing is vastly overblown and that it won't be able to do a fraction of the things that are being claimed for it.
2013-10-11 11:23:38 AM  
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Iknhaton: I'm pretty sure that at this point there is nothing they can't do.


Next we should 3D print out a spaceship to travel to Mars with a crew, and with a 3D printer on the spaceship to 3D print out all the food, water and air they will need on the trip.
2013-10-11 11:16:23 AM  
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So, to get a $200 Rodin replica statue (like the ones they sell in the Rodin museum), I only have to spend $2200?
 
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