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john@3dprinterworld.com
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

LightWave 11.6 Includes 3D Printing Features

The LightWave 3D Group's latest 3D modeling and animation software includes a number of options for importing and exporting the popular STL and PLY file formats...

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New York Jeweler Increases Aesthetics While Cutting Cost and Delivery Time with 3D Printing

One legend holds that ancient Egyptians celebrated their love for their betrothed more than 3,000 years ago by wearing a ring...

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Maker Kases Offer Protection, Stability and Storability for 3D Printers

Brian McLoughlin, the 3D modeler at People Wear, had a problem with his five 3D printers. A lot of his prints we were coming out warped...

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Victoria's Secret Model Sports 3D Printed Wings

Adjectives like "hot" and "sexy" are frequently used to describe the 3D printing market these days, but Victoria's Secret took it to a whole other level during its 2013 fashion show in New York. Model Lindsay Ellingson...

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UTEP Leads Team to Design 3D Printer System for Aerospace

The University of Texas at El Paso will lead the effort to create an automated assembly line of 3D printers that can produce and test aerial vehicles and satellites while in flight...

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