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In the News: new tool gives structural strength to 3-D printed works

Objects created using 3-D printing have a common flaw: They are fragile and often fall apart or lose their shape.

“I have an entire zoo of broken 3-D printed objects in my office,” said Bedrich Benes, associate professor of computer graphics technology at Purdue University.

The printed fabrications often fail at points of high stress.

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