3D printer - records

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Dexcell
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Fair play for adding "Window Licker" in there. It does sound terrible though, but still early days eh?
 

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inb4 vinyls dead.

Thats nuts, this 3D printing stuff is taking off in a big way, i think i read somewhere that the US military use them out in afghan for on the spot spare parts for guns etc.
 

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couldn't they do a spot of reverse engineering and laser scan a record into the computer, then just recreate the records from the scanned data. I've seen it done with CNC machines where 2/3 lasers scan a statue and then the cnc will reproduce it from another material like foam board. i recon as the 3D process is much more accurate than CNC and probably the actual cutting of a dubplate then it would be miles easier!!!
 
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