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    3-D Printer Essay

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    technology has led to breakthroughs within the field of medicine. Old fashioned and impersonal prosthetics are slowly being replaced by custom, innovative replacements. The 3-D printer is an incredibly efficient tool that doctors have begun using to create personalized solutions for problems that the medical field previously had no solutions for. Johnson (2014) is among many who feel that 3-D printing is a disruptive technology that will revolutionize industries such as transplants and prosthetics in the coming decade. The invention of the 3-D printer came in 1984 (Salomon, 2012). Chuck Hull wanted to…

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    The thought of 3D printers being used in everyday life can seem as futuristic as flying cars or teleportation. However, with advancements with these printers and them becoming more affordable and accessible, it won’t be long before every household has one. Remember how crazy it was when we could video chat on our cell phones for the first time? Now it seems perfectly normal. News articles have frightened people about the problems that could arise from the use of 3D printers, but the benefits are…

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    The Physics Of 3D Printing

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    guns. Senator Chuck Schumer proposed legislation that would ban 3D guns and stated “We’re facing a situation where anyone—a felon, a terrorist—can open a gun factory in their garage and the weapons they make will be undetectable. It’s stomach-churning.” Currently under federal law, “it is legal to make pistols, revolvers, and rifles at home. For semi-automatic rifles, such as the AR-15, it is legal to make the lower receiver—the lower receiver is what makes a gun a “gun.” As long as the gun is…

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    The most recent example of this idea of duplication as opposed to original generation is the modern phenomenon of three-dimensional or 3D printing. There has been a huge amount of interest following 3D printing as it has transcended from a futuristic figment of the imagination to a shelf-stocked product in a number of years and can be purchased today from just €230. The incredibly innovative sensation that is 3D printing is seen to be completely ahead of its time and to have come out of nowhere.…

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    Footwear Analysis Theory

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    John Zarka Mr. Kirby Forensic Science March 22, 2016 Shoe Print The basic theory behind footwear analysis is that, much like fingerprints, shoes may leave behind either prints (referred to as "imprints") or impressions that can be examined by investigators. The type of evidence left behind depends largely on the type of surface traveled. For example, a shoe will leave an impression in loose sand, but on a hard surface like concrete or linoleum, it will leave an imprint. These imprints or…

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    Printing Industry Benefits

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    The benefits of printing technology continues to help businesses today expand their consumer outreach, improve their appearance, and conserve their resources. The printing industry has always been a vital factor in mass communication and business. Since the beginning, prints have made a difference in how humans share information. The invention of the printing press triggered the revolution in communication, allowing books containing valuable knowledge to be printed at a cheaper and faster…

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    3D Printing Essay

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    dimensional object. The only thing that limits us is our creativity. Well 3D printing allows just that! Invented by a man named Chuck Hall, 3D printing allows us to take a digital file from a computer and “print” a real life physical 3 dimensional object. So how does 3D printing work? A 3D printed object is built up one layer at a time from bottom-upwards by repeatedly printing over the same cross-sectional area. After that these layers are arranged on top of each other and as a result…

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    Human beings for as long as it could be recorded have basked in ideas that are able to produce inspiring and fearful and overall consuming emotions. The sense of fear and awe that descends upon us when in the face of daunting events or inventions has become less and less mystical and more of a routine due to desensitization. Inventions we consider essential and routine such as the radio or television caused an uprising when first introduced to the public in the 1900’s. For Americans living in…

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    Animation is the process of making the vison of motion and the figment of change by different means such as, fast moving display of images that follow upon one another and that do only have small changes to them to form an animation. Animators are artists that specialize in the creation of animation. There are a few different creation methods in animation, Traditional animation, Stop-motion animation, Computer animation, 2D animation, 3D animation. Traditional animation (Cel Animation) - The…

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    1.0 Introduction: Digital Painting is a method of creating an art object (painting) digitally and/or a technique for making digital art in the computer. It adapts traditional painting mediums such as acrylic paint, oils, ink, watercolor, and so on. As a technique, it refers to a computer graphics software program that uses a virtual canvas and virtual painting box of brushes, colors and other supplies. The virtualbox contains many instruments that do not exist in the world, and which give a…

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