John M. Graft

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Since the inception of 3D printing, an evolutionary process has taken place in which specific user and customer needs have crossed paths with the capabilities of a growing number of machines to create value-added businesses. Even today, over 30 years later, the growth of 3D printing and its utilization for the good of society is often limited by the various(More)
Scientists today are finding that they cannot adequately perform their jobs using manual experimentation methods. The costs, inefficiencies and potential for errors are simply too high. The low cost and increasingly high performance of personal computers has led many scientists to choose such machines as the foundation for automating their laboratories. In(More)
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