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3D Printing Documentary at SXSW

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The disruptive technology is ready for a closeup, with Print the Legend, a new documentary film on 3D printing premiering this week at SXSW.
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  Print the Legend directors Luis Lopez and J. Clay Tweel
Collaborators on films such as The King of Kong (which they both shot and edited), Lopez and Tweel were initially interested in making an Apple documentary, but then decided to find the next Apple and focus on burgeoning technology and 3D printing.
    Print the Legend directors Luis Lopez and J. Clay Tweel

    Collaborators on films such as The King of Kong (which they both shot and edited), Lopez and Tweel were initially interested in making an Apple documentary, but then decided to find the next Apple and focus on burgeoning technology and 3D printing.

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  Formlabs Team Celebrates
The documentary focuses, in part, on the story of Formlabs, a company formed by a trio of MIT grads that raised just shy of $3 million on Kickstarter to fund the FORM 1 printer.
    Formlabs Team Celebrates

    The documentary focuses, in part, on the story of Formlabs, a company formed by a trio of MIT grads that raised just shy of $3 million on Kickstarter to fund the FORM 1 printer.

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  Bre Pettis of Makerbot 
Co-founder and CEO of Brooklyn’s MakerBot, the charismatic Pettis once told WIRED magazine that one of his printers’ designs was like “Darth Vader driving Knight Rider’s KITT car while being airlifted by a Nighthawk spy plane.”
    Bre Pettis of Makerbot

    Co-founder and CEO of Brooklyn’s MakerBot, the charismatic Pettis once told WIRED magazine that one of his printers’ designs was like “Darth Vader driving Knight Rider’s KITT car while being airlifted by a Nighthawk spy plane.”

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  Cody Wilson at a Firing Range
In 2013, Cody Wilson uploaded blueprints to make a 3D-printed gun that was downloaded 100,000 times in two days.
    Cody Wilson at a Firing Range

    In 2013, Cody Wilson uploaded blueprints to make a 3D-printed gun that was downloaded 100,000 times in two days.

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