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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.



Ugandan Children Get 3D Printed Prosthetics

Children in even the most rural regions of Uganda are getting the prosthetic limbs they need with the help of 3D printing technologies...

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HP President Talks 3D Printing

The 3D printing industry figures to be a big part of Hewlett-Packard's future. "We intend to play in the 3D printing market because it is an adjacency," HP CEO...

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RepRappers Gather in Elkhart, Indiana to Discuss Innovative Ideas

Chuck Hull may have invented additive manufacturing back in 1984, but open source sharing of both hardware and software has been pivotal in bringing 3D printing into the mainstream...

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CubePro Offers Triple Color, Multiple Material Printing

3D Systems' new CubePro 3D printer offers simultaneous printing in three colors with multiple materials for under $5,000. It features automatic settings and a controlled build area that measures...

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3Dsimo the Next Generation of 3D Pens

If you're looking for versatility in a 3D pen, 3Dsimo is about as adaptable as they come. The pen's graphic interface allows the user to choose the speed...

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