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In just a few weeks since we last explored 3D printing developments, 3D printers have gone to space and built cars. Entrepreneurs in Canada are even exploring ways to make the technology more eco-friendly, creating an adaptor that allows people to use their printers with materials other than plastic. Because their tubelike contraption works with nearly any viscous material that can fit through it, Structur3D hope people can use more local materials and even source materials …
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