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Friday, April 1, 2016

Using 3D Printing To Preserve Endangered Bird Species

3D-Printing Companies Are Trying to Preserve More Than 50 Species of Endangered Birds

Reuters/Vasily Fedosenko | April 1, 2016

An adult white-tailed eagle is seen in a forest near the remote village of Sosnovy Bor, some 320 km (200 miles) north of Minsk, Feb. 12, 2014.
The consumer adoption of 3D printing may be slow, but the technology is exploding in many other creative ways. It’s being used to create the fastest R/C cars in the world, to develop public housing complexes, and is even being deployed on the International Space Station. Now in another innovative application, the technology is being used to raise awareness about endangered and threatened birds.


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