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How 3D Printing Is Changing Design as We Know It

While 3D printed projects can now be seen in a variety of architecture and design blogs, the general public does not consider it a viable alternative to traditional means. Nonetheless, 3D printing has the potential to change architecture and design forever including the way buildings and artwork are created and how they are conceptualized.




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Sophie Zoria

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Sophie Zoria is a passioned author covered tech trends, mobile apps, and design.

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