fixturing using 3-d printing

webinar that may be of interest
http://view.email.globalspec.com/?j 561176716d057c7c12&mf01d73726d07&lsf611737762057474137476&l521076726301787d17&s2a17797d66057e731071&jbcf14&ju1810767d600d7d7c1378&r=0
Using 3D printing to make fixtures.
A few days ago some one asked a question on how to hold a polished steel part without marking it for a second-op. A plastic "nest" generated using 3D printing may be an answer. Anyhow looks interesting.
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Probably the same reason that people can't seem to learn to set their client to word wrap at under 80 characters.
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