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3D printing has been boggling minds the world over for years now, but recently the technology has become even more accessible.
An object is printed in three dimensions from a digital file by layering solid materials in specific patterns. Companies like Shapeways are helping to make 3D printing consumer-friendly, putting not only the printers but the printed items themselves into the hands of everyday people.
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Shapeways CEO Peter Weijmarshausen invited Mashable to curate some of our favorite 3D-printed items from its online shop. So, take a look through the above gallery for some of our favorite gadgets, accessories and art.
What would you 3D-print, given the chance? Let us know what you think about the technology in the comments below.
This story originally published on Mashable here.