3D Printing

3D printers can be used for building prototypes for the medical, aerospace, engineering and automotive industries, and the more compact units are priced for consumers. See how industry leaders are making the latest technology come to life.

Ethan Baehrend

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This 18-year Old Built a Future Proof 3D Printer

The technology industry is notoriously a young person’s game, ripe to be plucked by college grads and tech prodigies who understand what people want and how to make it. Ethan Baehrend, at age 18 – young for even this group – hopes he’s next to join the ranks of tech’s most successful entrepreneurs. 

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