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Victoria University and National Library connect through 3D

Published: Tue 8 Sep 2015 09:53 AM
Victoria University and National Library connect through 3D
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(sticK - 8 Sept 2015 ) Perhaps it could be called an intersection of printing.
So, call it collaboration; a generally increasing awareness of additive manufacturing; or both Victoria University and the National Library's desire to be more public – but a series of talks on 3D printing is to be commended as an attempt to bring an awareness to a wider audience.
The third of six talks on '3D Printed Futures' takes place tomorrow at the National Library, Molesworth St.
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