Jewish Journal

3-D Nation: Reut Institute advances 3-D printing for all

by Simone Wilson

August 14, 2013 | 9:57 am

A computer image of Yoda can be seen on the iPad at lower right; this design file was sent from an open-source site, and then a 3-D plastic replica was produced by XLN Initiative on its open-source 3D printer, above. Photo by Arnon Zamir, COO of XLN Initiative

Few aspects of Israeli society are dearer to the national identity than its high-tech sector — a class of entrepreneurs so... read full article

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