Scientists Say They're Close To 3D Printing For Tissues, Organs, BonesWith so many things being made with 3D printers, you'd think making body parts would be easy: just replace plastic cells in the printer and boom, you've got a femur or a kidney.
New 3D Models Allow Patients To Preview Plastic Surgery Changes Before Going Under The KnifeWith detailed 3D models, patients can get a preview of cosmetic procedures before going through with the surgery.
The Food Of The Future? 3D Printer Claims It Can Cut Back On Cooking Prep TimeA new device using 3D printing technology claims it can make your food preparation much less of a hassle.
Website Removes Instructions For Making Untraceable, 3D-Printed Plastic Gun The gun was unveiled this week by Cody Wilson, a 25-year-old law school student in Texas, who was dubbed one of the 15 most dangerous people in the world.
CBS 2 Investigation: Untraceable 3D-Printed Guns Spark Major FearsThree-dimensional printing is touted as the future – it has already been used to make jewelry, toys, and even medical devices.
Schumer Announces Support For Measure To Make 3D Printed Guns IllegalThe 3D technology allows the user to input a a digital blueprint that is then produced in three dimensions in hard molded plastic.
Man Claims To Have Made Functional Assault Rifle Using 3-D PrinterThe AR-15 is the same kind of rifle James Holmes is alleged to have used to carry out the worst mass shooting in U.S. history during a showing of "The Dark Knight Rises" in Aurora, Colo.

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