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3-D Printing in the Library


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3-D printing is sweeping the nation, one sculpture at a time. In 2014, the market size for the product was at $3.8 billion. It is expected to grow to about $16.2 billion by 2018! Mira Costa recently bought a 3-D printer for the library, and despite the amount of time it takes to create the sculpture, students still use the printer to experiment and do class projects.

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