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All of John Graber's training and practical experience centers on research and writing. He earned a bachelor's degree in creative writing and journalism from the University of Arizona, and a master's in communications from the University of Oregon. He spent a decade as a full-time staff writer at daily newspapers, worked in various communications positions for several non-profit organizations, and taught at community colleges in the Phoenix area.

 

Articles

Camtek to Begin Inkjet-based, PCB 3D Printer Sales

Camtek intends to begin selling the GreenJet, an inkjet-based 3D printing system used for the deposition of solder mask for the printed circuit board industry this year...

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Mexico's Ideaz3D Showroom and 3D Print Shop

North America and Europe are still the largest 3D printing markets in the world, and Asia is the fastest growing market. Don't count out Latin America, though. There are a number of Mexican companies...

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Maker6 Web Site Connects 3D Printers with Local Customers

Launched in August by the same people who created the cadcrowd site, Maker6 puts those who need something 3D printed in touch with local businesses that...

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Sixth Grader Gets Life Lessons From 3D Printing

Anyone who thinks 3D printing is only good for teaching the sciences should meet 12-year-old Coco Kaleel.
The young lady from Northern Los Angeles...

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3D Systems Offers High Speed Multi-Material Printer

The new ProJet 5500X by 3D Systems was created for serious designers working in grand scales with multiple materials in mind. According to 3D Systems, the new printer...

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