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Solar-powered 3D Printers are giving near-instant disaster relief to underdeveloped communities

By organizing a wide selection of printable items—including solar cookers, arm-braces, breast pumps, stethoscopes, waterwheels and irrigation sprinklers—nonprofits and other organizations are able to put his technology towards good use.

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A family with a garden near Gawler where we experiment with sustainability.

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