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Re: 3D Printing in New Jersey?
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Awesome! I'm definitely going to check out Hoboken. Thx a lot guys :)

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Hoboken Public Library has one. You don't need to be a resident. They have open 'maker space' hours on Mondays. There is just a small fee for materials.

Posted on: 4/12 22:23
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You could try Eclectic Taste 481 Central Ave. or Enri Giovanni 1 Sherman Ave. http://www.enrigiovanni.com/

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I've heard good things about JC fab lab. What are you designing or printing out? Maybe if we would have printed out more devils logos they would have been better this year. Just sayin...

Posted on: 4/12 17:28
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JC FabLab rents time on 3D printers:

http://jcfablab.com/about-jcfablab/#machines

Posted on: 4/11 16:34
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If this is real, I want to try it out.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/mikescott ... y-we-make-things-in-2017/

You simply upload a design in one of these 3d printing things and out pops a working physical product.

Like this New Jersey Devil logo:
https://pinshape.com/items/13161-3d-printed-new-jersey-devils-logo

Have you ever heard of this kind of technology, or tried it out?

I’ve heard these special printers are only in certain Universities. Any ideas if Princeton has it and if it's open to public? I'm not even sure who to contact for this.

Posted on: 4/11 16:02
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