"Voices In America" with James Earl Jones Discusses 3D Printing

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New content delves into futuristic technologies on cutting edge program.

James Earl Jones, as the host of the “VOICES IN AMERICA” program, will be introducing a piece on the latest technology which has been developed for the printing of 3D objects. The form of 3D printing, which has recently experienced a number of advances, will be fully explored on the “VOICES IN AMERICA” program. 3D printing was originally made for use by professionals.

However, now 3D printing has become a technology which may be used by people at home. The cost of a 3D printer has come down to the cost of what normal printers used to cost around a decade ago. 3D printing is an advanced technology which has a number of different applications for different areas.

3D printing may be used to make different toys or plastic models easily. A new advance has also appeared, with 3D the production of chocolate printers which allow for 3D edible chocolate models to be printed easily. 3D printing is also used by dentists to make teeth which may be used for replacement teeth, among other applications.

The program is independently produced and will be released upon completion in the fourth quarter of 2015 to Public Television stations. The program isn't affiliated or supported by PBS.

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