From the Gaylord Herald Times.
3-D printing may have the potential to change the world dramatically
The library workshop was facilitated by Joe Carr, a former production manager of a rapid prototyping shop.
“The process of 3-D printing involves making three-dimensional objects of almost any shape, primarily through additive processes in which successive layers of material are laid down,” Carr said. “The materials often used include nylon, steel, titanium, gypsum or wood.”