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"3D printing is an additive manufacturing process: plastic layers are successively deposited to produce objects of relatively quickly. This allows to produce parts that would be difficult to produce with conventional processes (machining, injection). In addition, unlike the use of molds, here, there is no need of tools. Stroke, 3D printing is often compared to our traditional printers with a digital file and a basic material, we can can do all sorts of things on request (replace the melted plastic and paper ink), by simply changing the file ""print"". We are still far from the Star Trek Replicator, but it carries "

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