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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.


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The mission: To boldly go where no man has gone before… on the cheap. A group of University of California San Diego students have built a working, 7 inch-long rocket engine using a 3D printer.

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3D Printed Turbine Capable of over 60,000 RPM

Richard Macfarlane was goofing around in his workshop one day about a year ago when his wife came up behind him. "She said, 'What are you making?' and I said, 'it's a turbine,'"...

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Matsuura Offering Laser Sintering/Milling Hybrid Printers in North America

Matsuura's Lumex Avance 25 laser sintering/milling hybrid printer is here. The company has struck a deal allowing Mitsubishi subsidiary MC Machinery Systems to exclusively distribute the 3D printers in North America...

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