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  • 3d Printing Research Papers

    his face was completely destroyed. Using X ray, CT scan, and CGI technology, scientists were able to create an identical copy of the bikers undamaged face to reconstruct the other half with 3D printing (Griffiths, 2013). Since 3D printing has evolved from what it was 20 years ago, his facial reconstruction surgery made it seem as if nothing had happened to his face. 3D printing has found its way into everything that we do in life. We have managed to create functioning cars with 3D printing technology. 3D printing doesn’t just consist of making cool life like objects, it helps saves lives everyday. 3D printing is the process of making a three dimensional…

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  • Assignment: Museum-Based Lesson Plan

    1. Unit Title: Museum-Based Lesson Plan 2. Lesson Title: Be a Leader and not Lethal 4. Grade Level(s): eight grade students 5. Duration: Five days for 45 minutes (add 20 minutes for clean-up). 6. Lesson Focus: Students in my 8th grade class will make posters to protest violence in Chicago. Students will explore Elizabeth Catlett and Leopoldo Méndez art work. Students will identify how the artist work is related or dissimilar to…

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  • Printing Industry Benefits

    printed materials in education, the workplace, and for enjoyment creating a need for high quality machines, toners, and inks that can handle the work overload. As a result, the printing industry also needs to develop and grow to better serve the businesses that rely on its services. The printing industry has thus increased technology development, helping ease the growing demand of prints. In addition, new technology such as 3D printing helps organizations in more aspects than just simple prints.…

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  • Espresso Book Machine Analysis

    with speedy scanning technology, such as the Kirtas Book Scanner, it is now becoming much more possible to offer personal copies of original source materials to academics and laypersons alike.”2 This would make it possible for the common person to have a copy of old texts that may be scarce, perhaps even texts that are too fragile to handle in their original state. The average consumer may not be interested in personal copies of old manuscripts, but this may appeal to a smaller market and…

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  • Additive Manufacturing Case Study

    The usage of Additive Manufacturing is rising with an increasing rate. Instead of molding, casting, or machining products and its parts out of the piece of metal or plastic, larger than product, with Additive Manufacturing they are “printed”. Printing done by devices that build up very thin layers of metal or plastic, where layers, used to produce an object, could be smaller than the diameter of a human hair (Dupin 2015). Additive Manufacturing (AM) and 3D printing are the two terms, which are…

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  • Proposed Enterprise-Wide Computing Case Study

    A dual core processor would be beneficial over a single core processor based on the fact that one processor can only run one process at at a time so having two processors would mean that the computer can run two processes at a time therefore increasing the computers efficiency (Parson, 2015). The fastest processors on the market are usually the most expensive and the majority of the employees would not benefit from having faster processors. It would make more financial sense to choose a proven…

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  • Impact Of Laser Printer

    system now had all the fonts that were once sold as cartridges, user no longer had to waste money to buy font after font. This also benefited the HP users since they could match what they did on their computer screens to what came out of their printers. They could also print in color. The 1984 printer was a less expensive product. It worked well with microsoft programs, was able to produce color and did not make any noise (Laser Printers). This meant that after ten years of the first prototype…

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  • Argumentative Essay On Textbooks Vs Technology

    Textbooks VS Technology With the world leaning towards being technology based, many question if this will lead to full time digital learning for schools. This then leads to the battle if schools will stick with their textbooks and handwritten notes or switch over to ebooks, chromebooks, tablets, etc. They both have plenty of benefits to them. But along with the good points, there tends to be bad ones as well. They both are designed differently and teach in different ways. What students want to…

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  • The Influence Of The Internet On The American Revolution

    many ways the internet has began to directly impact and effect our lives. Whether the internet makes a task more simple or just enhances the production of mass communications, The internet can be proven responsible or somehow related. This is true in almost every form of communications because of the weight of the influence the internet holds. These forms of communication can include writing, the alphabet, printing, all the way to the radio and television we watch today. the internet relates to…

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  • Argumentative Essay On Electronic Books

    Electronic Books One of the main reasons that people tend to like electronic version of books is the convenience of it. The process of getting a printed book involves actually going somewhere or waiting days to receive it in the mail. As opposed to the method of buying electronic books, where you can instantly download the book. In 1997 amazon requested a patent on what shoppers today know as the “buy now with 1-click” button. This makes the process even faster by adding this button on their…

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