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With advances in technology and entertainment, some have pontificated on the idea that print is dead, but as it turns out, print may well become the future of manufacturing.Chris Guerra, of Arizona State Library, shows what a 3-D printer has to offer and how technology is going to integrate the many facets of the printer to benefit humans on Wednesday, June 18, at Sedona Public Library in West Sedona.

The Sedona Public Library welcomed Chris Guerra from the Arizona State Library on Wednesday, June 18, for an informational demonstration of 3-D printing.

Guerra brought a MakerBot 3-D printer as part of his presentation, along with an assortment of objects he has made using the device, and showed how the machine works while also touching on the current state of the growing 3-D printing industry.

“You can see all the toys I’ve made with it, but nobody’s going to go out and spend $2,000 to make toys,” he said.

For the full story, see the Friday, June 20, edition of the Sedona Red Rock News.


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  • Michael Schroeder

    you could buy a 3d printer now for about $300. there are several stocks to watch. SSYS, DDD, ONVO

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