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    3D Printing and Disaster Relief

    Eric James has nearly two decades of experience in leading disaster relief and development projects. In fact, you could say he wrote the book on the issue, having actually authored Managing Humanitarian Relief: An Operational Guide for NGOs. Now, through an organization he leads, Field Ready, James says 3D printing can used to precisely focused on the needs of disaster affected people. He says the situation "calls for disruption," and says that instead of relying solely on the supply chain, needed items could be made onsite. James says Field Ready combines 3D printing with low-tech innovation such as “hyper-local” manufacturing to provide aid workers and those affected by disasters with tools to help them overcome the weaknesses of the current system. Find out more about how on-the-spot 3D printing can contribute to disaster relief efforts in the full article:

    Below is a photo of Field Ready at work in Haiti:

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    look who heaven invested in , this is a blessing miracle for them , see what i mean it sure makes a world difference keep up these kind of articles and we will get to the 3-d printing norm even quicker and of course with genius designers as well , because i love the merit , in 3d printings potential , it's truly a win for all , thank you heroes of love

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