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It never fails. Amidst the excitement and progress shown in the "3D printing sector":http://www.storeitoffsite.com/blog/post.php?s=2014-10-28-the-majority-of..., there are detractors and naysayers (as there inevitably are) who think that the technology is mostly serving a few show-offs and won't have any lasting effect on the world.
A recent "video article":http://techcrunch.com/2014/09/25/3d-printing-with-sand-using-the-power-o... demonstrating how to harness the sun's power to 3D print objects out of sand further illustrates a point we have been making in "our blog series about 3D printing":http://www.storeitoffsite.com/blog/ and its evolution through innovation.
A Minnesota man recently completed the assembly of an entire "12-foot-high castle":http://www.digitaltrends.com/cool-tech/engineer-builds-3d-printed-castle... in his backyard with the help of his "3D printer":http://www.storeitoffsite.com/blog/post.php?s=2014-10-14-continued-innov....
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Just up the road a bit in Indianapolis, a 3D-printing company and a veterinarian teamed up to provide a mobility device to a puppy named TurboRoo who was born without front legs. Now the little Chihuahua gets around just fine via a "special cart printed":http://www.cnet.com/news/turboroo-puppy-gets-wheels-thanks-to-3d-printing/ using a Makerbot Replicator 3D printer.
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