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Postby Charlexsoore » Wed Dec 06, 2017 5:24 am

Canon Printer TelePhone Number If Canon were to use its prototype 3D printer to print components for production models, Rep-Rap style, customers might see it a little

faster.Canon claims, after all, that its new 3D printing technology will be good enough for rapid manufacturing, in addition to the rapid prototyping for which many

businesses already use 3D printing.However, while the company showed off samples printed with the prototype at Canon Expo, an event for its customers in Paris this

week, the machine itself was a no-show. It's still somewhere in Japan, staff said, and is probably at least two years from commercialization.Although it doesn't yet

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year.3D Systems holds key patents on a number of printing technologies. The most familiar of those technologies, and the one most commonly used in hobbyist printers,

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complete. Some of the 3D Systems printers Canon sells for rapid prototyping work in this way. ... umber.html
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