Scenes from Rapid 2013

June 13, 2013
Among those in the additive manufacturing business, 2013 may be remembered as the year when President Obama mentioned 3D printing in his State of the Union address. No wonder, then, that there was a lot of excitement in the aisles of the Rapid 2013 exposition in Pittsburgh. Here are a few of the things attendees could see.

Among those in the additive manufacturing business, 2013 may be remembered as the year when President Obama mentioned 3D printing in his State of the Union address. No wonder, then, that there was a lot of excitement in the aisles of the Rapid 2013 exposition in Pittsburgh. Here are a few of the things attendees could see.

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