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    Default LS3 3D Print "Make-a-Motor"

    Somebody certainly spent a lot of time developing the fab files.

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    That's pretty cool. 3D printing is the shizzle.

    My son and I were lucky enough to get a tour of Space X ind Hawthorne, Calif., where they have metal 3D printers. It's mind-blowing what they can make with them.

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    I make parts with my 3D printer all the time (ABS Plastic because it is stronger than PLA). If I need the part stronger, I just print a prototype to make sure it fits correctly, then email the file to a local CNC guy. Besides a lift, it is the best tool I have ever bought.
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    Or just print out a whole car:

    This Bat**** Sports Car Was 3D Printed From Laser-Melted Metal
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