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Topic # 21484 28-Apr-2008 15:18
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  Reply # 126835 28-Apr-2008 16:13
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Pretty cool .. but not so sure I want things made out of stuff looking like solidified saliva :-)




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  Reply # 126837 28-Apr-2008 16:16
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Vik Olliver, one of the guys in the project, lives in West Auckland

 
 
 
 




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Reply # 126839 28-Apr-2008 16:21
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we're all going to be dribbling one day so may as well get used to it.

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  Reply # 126840 28-Apr-2008 16:22
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Thats so awesome.

I want one. :D!

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  Reply # 126853 28-Apr-2008 17:42
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Imagine the possibilitys of being able to print 3D objects on a consumer level, It would be amazing to be able to just print something out instead of going out and buying it.

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  Reply # 133696 27-May-2008 22:53
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I wouldn't mind one either, I remember reading about these ages ago and subsequently hearing nothing about them....




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  Reply # 134784 1-Jun-2008 17:32
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Yea that thing kicks arse, I was reading about it months ago...but I don't have time to build one for myself...maybe once i'm finished uni I will have more time for all the projects I have been thinking about

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