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3-D Printing Explained

If you want the perfect suit or dress, nothing beats having one tailor-made, according to your exact measurements. A new tech company called Shapeways is applying that thinking to what's known as 3-D printing. You send them a digital blueprint for almost any kind of object, and they'll build it and mail it to you. Anshuman Iddamsetty explains.

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