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+ - A 3D-Printing Makeover: Restoring China's Forbidden City->

Submitted by jcho5
jcho5 (2602715) writes "China's 600-year-old Forbidden City is looking less forbidding these days. As part of a major restoration, the Chinese Palace museum will use 3D-Printers to re-manufacture and replicate many of the city's most precious and unique objects ( http://3dprinterhub.com/3d-printer-blog/) Yet another win for 3D-Printing."
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A 3D-Printing Makeover: Restoring China's Forbidden City

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