GRAPHIC: 3-D Printing, How It Works

<b>EDITORS: This graphic is specifically designed for use full-screen vertical on an iPad (download the JPG format). It may be used in print publications but please note that is a nonstandard column width (between 3 and 4 cols. wide). Questions: E-mail Graphics Director Wes Albers at walbers@mctinfoservices.com</b> ..Graphic explains 3D printing, a process in which a solid object is created by laying down successive layers of material, such as plastic or polymer, to create a 3D duplicate. Chicago Tribune 2012<p>..13000000; krtcampus campus; krtnational national; krtscience science; krtscitech; krtworld world; SCI; TEC; krtedonly; mctgraphic; 13002000; 13016000; 13022000; computer science; engineering; information technology; it; krttechcomputer computer; krttechelectronics electronics; krttechnology technology; 3d; dimensional; duplicate; duplication; geib; layer; model; plastic; polymer; printer; printing; software; tb contributed; 2012; krt2012

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EDITORS: This graphic is specifically designed for use full-screen vertical on an iPad (download the JPG format). It may be used in print publications but please note that is a nonstandard column width (between 3 and 4 cols. wide). Questions: E-mail Graphics Director Wes Albers at walbers@mctinfoservices.com ..Graphic explains 3D printing, a process in which a solid object is created by laying down successive layers of material, such as plastic or polymer, to create a 3D duplicate. Chicago Tribune 2012

..13000000; krtcampus campus; krtnational national; krtscience science; krtscitech; krtworld world; SCI; TEC; krtedonly; mctgraphic; 13002000; 13016000; 13022000; computer science; engineering; information technology; it; krttechcomputer computer; krttechelectronics electronics; krttechnology technology; 3d; dimensional; duplicate; duplication; geib; layer; model; plastic; polymer; printer; printing; software; tb contributed; 2012; krt2012

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