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A 3D jello printer made out of old CD-ROM drives is the final frontier of 3D printing

Geek: "The world of 3D printing — while still not particularly viable for consumer use — is rapidly advancing. We’re still far off from a Transmetropolitan-style Maker that can print up almost anything so long as you load in some (actual) garbage for fuel, but the medium has made some major strides."

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