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3D Printing: Innovation's New Lifeblood

To many, 3D printing is little more than a toy. A toy that mostly prints toys. To others, it's a prototyping tool good for a hands-on feel of a manifested idea but not much more.

Yet for a select few, 3D printing is the heart of innovation, and each new iteration is pumping the future's lifeblood.

Here are some of the innovations 3D printing is bringing to life.


Imagine its use in disaster areas where blood, organs, artificial limbs, blankets, life-saving equipment and even food can be produced on the spot.

"3D printing has gained traction in the food industry, wherein pasta, candy and other foods can already be printed," said Chinh Pham, who co-leads the emerging tech practice at Greenberg Traurig.

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