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Stocks Rebound To End Higher; GII Jumps After Hours - Investor's Business Daily

Stocks Rebound To End Higher; GII Jumps After Hours
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A lockup period following the company's acquisition of Objet Geometries in December expires this week. 3D Systems (DDD) also tumbled 5% in strong trade.
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3D Printing: What a 3D Printer Is and How It Works - LiveScience.com

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3D Printing: What a 3D Printer Is and How It Works
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Hull's machine used stereolithography, a technique that relies upon a laser to solidify an ultraviolet-sensitive polymer material wherever the ultraviolet laser touches.
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3D Systems Cube 3D Printer - PC Magazine

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3D Systems Cube 3D Printer
PC Magazine
In the mid-1980s its founder, Charles W. Hull built what is widely considered the first 3D printer, which used a technique called stereolithography (from which the .stl 3D CAD file format gets its name).
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Twitter / JonoLester: WIN A 1:43 SCALE PETRONAS ...

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RT @JonoLester: WIN A 1:43 SCALE PETRONAS MERCEDES-BENZ SLS AMG MODEL! I'm giving away this #Ebbro model! Simply RT to be the draw! http://t.co/fDMe90pQOD
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Selective laser sintering - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Selective laser sintering (SLS) is an additive manufacturing technique used for the low volume production of prototype models and functional components.


Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) was developed and patented by Dr. Carl Deckard and academic adviser, Dr. Joe Beaman at the University of Texas at Austin in the mid-1980s, under sponsorship of DARPA.[1] Deckard and Beaman were involved in the resulting start up company DTM, established to design and build the Selective Laser Sintering Machines. In 2001, 3D Systems the biggest competitor of DTM and SLS technology acquired DTM.[2]

Selective laser sintering - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia http://t.co/2r4kjKcTv5
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DSM-Somos® WaterShed XC 11122 Stereolithography Material ...

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by DSM. On the Fast Track. To win in the racing industry, you must cross the finish line first. When developing the engines needed to get there, timing is a critical element. Roush Yates, a well-known builder of racing engines, ...
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Stratasys and Scheu Dental Announce Collaboration in the Digital Orthodontics ... - Wall Street Journal (press release)

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Stratasys and Scheu Dental Announce Collaboration in the Digital Orthodontics ...
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