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December 20, 2009

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James Jones

Well, one type of nanofabrication that is operational (in a research setting) today is organ/tissue printing. http://organprint.missouri.edu/www/

Personally I intend to walk, then run with fabbing
http://www.cubespawn.com this concept scales down by building smaller and smaller cubes and providing tele-operating to manipulate at the decreasing scales. at some future time, I would like to build a "steak printer" and will use cubespawn to make the parts for it!! ;-)

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