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Will 3-D Printed Food Become as Common as the Microwave?
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Will 3-D Printed Food Become as Common as the Microwave?

Entrepreneur Lynette Kucsma is bullish on the idea.
Matt McCue
Scientists Can 3-D Print a New Windpipe on a $2,500 Desktop Machine
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Scientists Can 3-D Print a New Windpipe on a $2,500 Desktop Machine

Doctors at a New York-based research institute are combining 3-D printed cartilage with living cells to manufacture trachea replacements.
Catherine Clifford
CocoJet: 3-D Printing and Hershey's Chocolate, Together at Last
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CocoJet: 3-D Printing and Hershey's Chocolate, Together at Last

Hold your breath. Make a wish. Count to three. 3D Systems' new Hershey's chocolate printer is really sweet.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Ecommerce Giant Amazon Wants to Woo the Inventor Entrepreneurs
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Ecommerce Giant Amazon Wants to Woo the Inventor Entrepreneurs

The Seattle-based tech company is hiring to build an 'end-to-end platform for startups.'
Catherine Clifford
Don't Have a 3-D Printer Yet? This Startup Wants to Change That.
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Don't Have a 3-D Printer Yet? This Startup Wants to Change That.

AIO Robotics has developed a compact, all-in-one 3-D printer/copier/scanner/fax machine. Yes, all that in one small package.
Jason Fell
What 3-D Printing Means for the Independent Inventor
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What 3-D Printing Means for the Independent Inventor

While this technology was initially limited to R&D labs, now it's pervading almost every industry. A person with an idea can create a prototype of a product with greater ease.
Louis Foreman
Derby the Dog Can Now Run Free Thanks to His New 3-D Printed Legs
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Derby the Dog Can Now Run Free Thanks to His New 3-D Printed Legs

Derby's unusually small forearms kept him from playing with the other dogs, until he received a pair of robotic legs that lets him keep up with his friends.
Laura Entis
3-D Printing Points Way to Smarter Cancer Treatment
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3-D Printing Points Way to Smarter Cancer Treatment

It looks like British scientists have developed a new use for 3-D printing.
From Eye Shadow to Entire Houses: 7 of the Craziest 3-D Printed Creations Yet
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From Eye Shadow to Entire Houses: 7 of the Craziest 3-D Printed Creations Yet

In honor of Martha Stewart, who recently proclaimed her 'love' for 3-D printing, here's a list showcasing the technology's endless and magical possibilities.
Geoff Weiss
Think Like A Startup: Look for Ideas Everywhere, Be Decisive.
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Think Like A Startup: Look for Ideas Everywhere, Be Decisive.

There is no time for bureaucracy in a young company looking to innovate in a legacy industry. Normal CEO and founder Nikki Kaufman explains her philosophy of accepting ideas from everywhere.
Catherine Clifford
HP Tries Something New With 3-D Scanning Computer
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HP Tries Something New With 3-D Scanning Computer

The company hopes this new desktop computer, called Sprout, can rekindle industry interest.
Small Businesses and Entrepreneurs Will Lead the Way for 3-D Printing Adoption
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Small Businesses and Entrepreneurs Will Lead the Way for 3-D Printing Adoption

With the devices becoming more accessible and affordable, businesses are being built on the rapid designing, prototyping and manufacturing of products.
Chris Elsworthy
Normal CEO: Culture Isn't Defined by How Much Green Juice You Stock
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Normal CEO: Culture Isn't Defined by How Much Green Juice You Stock

Before launching the 3-D printed earphone startup Normal, Nikki Kaufman was in charge of people and culture at product invention company Quirky. Watch for her best advice on pulling a team together.
Catherine Clifford
Why This Entrepreneur Launched in Record Time, But Kept Her Company a Secret Until Blastoff
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Why This Entrepreneur Launched in Record Time, But Kept Her Company a Secret Until Blastoff

Normal Founder Nikki Kaufman went from having an idea for a 3-D printed earphone company to opening the doors of her flagship store in New York City in less than a year.
Catherine Clifford