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    How Team USA used 3D printing to build a better luge /Link

     The quest for Olympic gold is the search for the slightest leg up — small changes that could ultimately shave fractions of a second off of one’s time. It’s an ideal platform for a technology like 3D printing, where the ability to customize products can have a dramatic effect on their physical qualities. The United States’ luge team jumped on the bandwagon in the lead up… Read More

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    Published on 14 Feb 2018 at 12:15PM

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