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Israeli fashion design student from the Shenkar College of Engineering and Design Danit Peleg (R) assists a fashion blogger to wear an outfit from her graduate collection during a conference on 3-D printing in Tel Aviv, Israel September 3, 2015. (Photo by Nir Elias/Reuters)

Israeli fashion design student from the Shenkar College of Engineering and Design Danit Peleg (R) assists a fashion blogger to wear an outfit from her graduate collection during a conference on 3-D printing in Tel Aviv, Israel September 3, 2015. Peleg, 27, says she spent over 2000 hours to create her graduate collection which is made solely from home 3-D printers. International fashion bloggers, taking part in a project supported by “Stand With Us Israel fellowship”, a non-profit organisation, attended the conference and tried on Peleg's clothing before listening to her talk about her collection. (Photo by Nir Elias/Reuters)
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05 Sep 2015 12:08:00
A 3D printing professional wears his T-Rex skull creation during a 3D printing show in Brussels, Belgium, October 18, 2015. (Photo by Eric Vidal/Reuters)

A 3D printing professional wears his T-Rex skull creation during a 3D printing show in Brussels, Belgium, October 18, 2015. (Photo by Eric Vidal/Reuters)
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21 Oct 2015 08:01:00
In this August 14, 2014 photo, a plastic bust statue of Kevin Micelli, center, and his family, made by a 3-D scanner and printer, sits on a shelf inside Micelli's coffee shop in New York. Micelli purchased the 3-D scanning and printing services at the Cubo toy store next door to his shop. With the old studio portrait supplanted by the selfie, 3-D scanning services provide a new reason for people to go to a store and stand stock-still in front of a camera. (Photo by Julie Jacobson/AP Photo)

“The advent of digital cameras and smartphones killed the traditional mall portrait studio, but 3-D printing has sparked a new trend. Overloaded with digital photos, statues may be moving in to fulfill our desire for portraits that stand out”. – Peter Svensson via The Associated Press. (Photo by Julie Jacobson/AP Photo)
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12 Oct 2014 12:28:00
Seized plastic handguns which were created using 3D printing technology are displayed at Kanagawa police station in Yokohama, south of Tokyo, in this photo taken by Kyodo May 8, 2014. (Photo by Reuters/Kyodo)

Seized plastic handguns which were created using 3D printing technology are displayed at Kanagawa police station in Yokohama, south of Tokyo, in this photo taken by Kyodo May 8, 2014. Yoshimoto Imura became the first man to be arrested in Japan for illegal possession of two guns he created himself using 3D printing technology, Japanese media said on Thursday. The 27-year-old, a college employee in the city of Kawasaki, was arrested after police found video online posted by Imura claiming to have produced his own guns. Gun possession is strictly regulated in Japan. Police raided Imura's home and found five guns, two of which could fire real bullets, Japanese media said. (Photo by Reuters/Kyodo)
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12 May 2014 10:46:00
The world's first 3D printed car – the Stratti – was built in just 45 hours at the International Manufacturing Technology Show which took place between September 8 – 13, 2014. The Strati, which is Italian for layers, has a chassis body made of one solid piece and has a top speed of 40mph. (Photo by Barcroft Media/ABACAPress)

The world's first 3D printed car – the Stratti – was built in just 45 hours at the International Manufacturing Technology Show which took place between September 8 – 13, 2014. The Strati, which is Italian for layers, has a chassis body made of one solid piece and has a top speed of 40mph. The tyres, seats, wheels, battery, wiring, suspension, electric motor and window shield of the revolutionary vehicle were made using conventional methods. (Photo by Barcroft Media/ABACAPress)
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24 Oct 2014 12:44:00
French engineer and professional violinist Laurent Bernadac poses with the “3Dvarius”, a 3D printed violin made of transparent resin, during an interview with Reuters in Paris, France, September 11, 2015. (Photo by Christian Hartmann/Reuters)

French engineer and professional violinist Laurent Bernadac poses with the “3Dvarius”, a 3D printed violin made of transparent resin, during an interview with Reuters in Paris, France, September 11, 2015. (Photo by Christian Hartmann/Reuters)
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12 Sep 2015 13:55:00
3D Prints The Wheel Of Llife Skeletal By Monika Horcicova

Monika Horčicová is a Czech sculptor/installation artist who constructs human skeletons with 3-D printing in a very surreal juxtaposition. Many of her structures presents itself through a repetitive cycling pattern as well as experimental evolved mutations.
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07 Jul 2014 13:44:00
Billy Zane and Jasmina Hdagha attend the world premiere of Titanic 3D at The Royal Albert Hall

Billy Zane and Jasmina Hdagha attend the world premiere of Titanic 3D at The Royal Albert Hall on March 27, 2012 in London, England. (Photo by Dave Hogan/Getty Images)
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28 Mar 2012 10:51:00