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The next wave in computer-aided creativity is here

Tuesday, February 17, 2015 - 05:50

Glowforge says the device, which Mr Shapiro calls a 3-D laser printer, will come with software that makes it much easier to operate than laser cutters usually are.


THE desk space next to personal computers first welcomed paper printers and later made room for 3-D printers that could conjure any shape from spools of plastic.

Now new devices, including laser cutters and computer-controlled milling machines, are coming out of industrial

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