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A 3-D printer created this shoe

A 3-D printer created this shoe.

The CEO of 3D Systems Corp demonstrates a home 3-D printer, which can print anything from shoes to prosthetics.


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1 Comment

  1. They are stretching the truth here with the products shown. I can almost guarantee they didnt print the shoe, the glove, the dress or her face on the printers they are showing off.
    It would be nice if I could see a representation of 3D Systems Corp which wasnt micro managed by publicists and more down to earth like Bre from Makerbot is so expertly doing. I dont think hackers are so interested in something that just appears to be another mass produced object at Bestbuy but rather something they can connect with like Adafruit is so expertly doing.

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