3D Printers Allow Home Replication Ben Heck Answers Your 3D Printing 1 day ago   04:48

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Vista resident Cosmo Wenman is using his own 3D Printer to recreate famous works of art in his home. His copies are made out of plastic, but KPBS culture reporter Angela Carone says after applying a bronze finish, they can look eerily like the original.

Read more: http://www.kpbs.org/news/2013/jul/09/printing-art-home-3d-printer/

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Pontífex
I want
John Smyth
I'm all for any process that makes repro of our models easier. I see no reason to pine for a time when it was an esoteric business known only to pro mold makers and casters.
alphasxsignal
Art prices will FALL when you can just make it yourself from photos.
alphasxsignal
They can clone art too and like steal it.
Swetal Bhavsar
I am furious that what artists will do in future if everything is crafted on printers ?
Swetal Bhavsar
I am furious that what artists will do in future if everything is crafted on printers ?
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Ben Heck Answers Your 3D Printing 3D Printers Allow Home Replication 1 day ago   20:58

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Ben responds to viewer’s questions about 3-D printing by delivering a full tutorial! He covers the kinds of printers available as well as the basic parts and costs of building your own printer. Ben also demonstrates how to find existing designs to print and gives examples of software for designing objects from scratch. After printing some objects, he shares tips and tricks on how to create the best prints possible.

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