Oxford entrepreneur starts 3D printing

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A new business in Oxford is providing a means for the public to print three dimensional objects.

The machine prints out wafer-thin layers of resin, gradually building up a real-life version of a computer design.

Users could include architects, fashion students and model enthusiasts.

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