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Science Café participants learn about the future of 3-D printing

Windham Graves, leader of Florida State University’s Facility for Arts Research Multi Modal Additive Printer (MMAP) project, discusses the uses of 3-D printing and its future during Thomas University’s Science Café held March 31 inside Smith-Bonvillian Hall on TU’s Main Campus. In addition to reviewing the current types of available 3-D printers, Graves also discussed their current usages, such as creating customized prosthetics and jewelry, as well as future usages, such as creating parts for spacecraft while in outer space.

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