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todd@3dprinterworld.com
Todd is an accomplished writer and photographer who is fascinated by all things technological. His work has been published by the Associated Press, The Grand Rapids Press, Advance Newspapers, HBO and the Chicago Tribune. He also has worked as a technical writer and developer for Fortune 500 companies such as BAAN, Steelcase and Corning, Inc. Todd graduated from Michigan State University.

 

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Making A Legacy – 3D Printer Filament From Recycled Plastic

Our modern world has created a legacy, of sorts, but it's not one we should be proud to call our own. It's the legacy of creating a useful substance which has painful and environmentally...

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Five 3D Printed Ideas Gone Horribly Wrong

It is no secret that 3D printing breeds experimentation. Those who are challenging its boundaries have on occasion failed to clear the practical hurdles placed before them on the Road to Innovation. With that in mind...

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Reverse Engineering Italian Automotive History

It marked a comeback of sorts for Ferrari. In 1969, the Italian automaker was dipping a toe back into racing again after a short hiatus which followed a squabble over rules...

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Cubeek 3D Opens First 3D Printer Store in Paris

Cubeek 3D, the first French shop specializing in the 3D printer sales and service, is set to open in Paris on April 4. The shop, at 33 Rue du Docteur Roux in the 15th arrondissement of Paris...

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Music Drop 3D Printed Music Boxes

Powered by what are essentially clockworks and initially created by skilled watchmakers, music boxes were first made at an industrial scale in a factory back in 1815 by Jérémie Recordon...

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