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3-D Printing Goes Prehistoric With a Kickstarted Dinosaur

There are 2 comments on the Wired story from Sep 20, 2012, titled 3-D Printing Goes Prehistoric With a Kickstarted Dinosaur. In it, Wired reports that:

Paleoartist Tyler Keillor has long specialized in sculpting realistic clay dinosaur heads for museums and universities, but for his next project - an exacting replica of a full Dryptosaurs built entirely as a 3-D digital object - Kiellor needed a little help from the crowd.

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#1 Sep 21, 2012
That should be fun!

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#3 Sep 22, 2012

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