iCandy: You 3-D Printed What?

Cars, clothes, guns—and even body parts—at the press of a button

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iCandy: You 3-D Printed What?
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Want an Aston-Martin luxury car but don’t have hundreds of thousands of dollars to spend? You can do what Ivan Sentch of Auckland, New Zealand, is doing: He used his Solidoodle 3-D printer to print out the parts for a replica of the 1961 DB4 model he coveted. Though original DB4s regularly sell for more than a million dollars, Sentch expects the materials for the body, frame, and chassis to cost him around $2000.

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