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IBM and cheeseburgers
Posted: 5 August 2010

I think it is indeed innovative to have a printer which is able to print cutlery and other forms of metals and plastics. My concern is how this technology will be accommodated by the human gene makeup which survives on certain aspects and food which are natural and cannot accommodate other materials such microfirbre or optical like burgers...any views and thoughts?

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