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A man rides the "Airbike," the first bicycle created through 3-D printing in Bristol, England.
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A 3-D printed sole is shown on a New Balance athletic shoe. The athletic brand is introducing sneakers that use 3-D printing to create a plate on the sole of the shoe that is designed to enhance performance.
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Printers are used to create 3-D powdered insect food in London.
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Bill Derry, Assistant Director of Innovation and User Experience at the public library in Westport, Conn., looks at the gears of a new 3-D printer.
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Inventor and designer Jim Kor shows off a mini eco-friendly electric-ethanol car printed with 3-D technology at the RedEye facility in Eden Prairie, Minn.
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Chris Figgatt, manufacturing specialist and technical trainer at the Robert C. Byrd Institute for Advanced Flexible Manufacturing in South Charleston, W.Va., shows off a 3-D printer.
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Guns and gun parts have been successfully made from 3-D printers, leaving some concerned about the ease of obtaining firearms.
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An engine part of a satellite made from titanium is on display at the trade and consumer fair in Erfurt, Germany.
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A computer design and its 3-D printed sculpture is seen during a conference in Laval, France.
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Visitors look at chess pieces and a board made from a 3-D printer at the "Inside 3-D Printing" conference and exhibition in New York.
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A sculpture of "Yoda," printed with a 3-D printer, is on display during the "Inside 3-D Printing" conference and exhibition in New York.
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A plastic showpiece manufactured a 3-D printer is on display at the trade and consumer fair in Erfurt, Germany.
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