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Jan 09, 2013


Nancy Johnson, Cadalyst

Your breakdown is great, Ralph.

It's not the first time CSI:NY has featured 3D printing. Eight years ago (!), a Z Corp. 3D printer was used in an episode to create a bullet. Z Corp. issued a press release about it, which we published here: http://www.cadalyst.com/hardware/3d-printers/on-job-3d-printer-helps-solve-forensic-mystery-csiny-5092

Rob Israel

Hi Ralph:
Just yesterday I saw a very old episode of "Mike Hammer",where the villain used a 3D"printed" mask to masquerade as the Hammer, trying to incriminate him. The example shown to Mike was the 3D model of the space shuttle, from AutoCad, years ago.
Rob Israel, Sydney, Australia

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