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Disposable Underwear Courtesy Of 3D Printer

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Shopping anywhere could take a hit if 3D printing takes off. That technology allows users to print products at home. Disposable underwear is the brain-child of an Israeli couple, whose 3D technology also enables them to print items like bandages or sportswear. Currently the fabric printers run about $3 million.
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