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A 3-D printer (also called a solid-object printer)

"prints" sophisticated three-dimensional objects based on instructions from a computer.[1]

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  1. Riel Miller, Wolfgang Michalski & Barrie Stevens, "The Future of Money", in The Future of Money, at 21.

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