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How a 3D Printer Can Be Used for Unique Made-to-Order Creations

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March 28, 2013
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Craft artists are testing out using 3D printers for made-to-order jewelry, everything from a copy of an heirloom brooch to a pendant modeled after one's favourite fruit.


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