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Here is a list of some very large items that are 3D-printed

3D printing is probably most useful for the rapid fabrication of small custom mechanical parts.

However, the technology is also capable of making very large structures and objects as many of our readers in this region no doubt understand, thanks to the work at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and businesses such as Local Motors (West Knoxville) and Branch Technology (Chattanooga).

AZO Materials recently published this list of some of the largest items you may not have realized were made by 3D printing.

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