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    Wow, Origibot is really cool. I realize that this reply is 3 years after the post, but still... Just have to show my appreciation...

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    Thanks for sharing this information. I also found some information related to 3D printing in robotics in CIO Review . Hope you will find this information helpful.

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    3D-printing in robotics is very interesting and useful. I hope this field will develop even more in the future.

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    3D printing is mainly seen as a prototyping technique. And indeed, it is a very good way to make some rapid prototyping and create functional prototypes, but not only! Additive manufacturing is more and more used for production.

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    I am very excited to see the robotics design and keen to see more like this in future

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    Looking forward to more impressive projects from Boston Dynamics

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    Robotics is indeed interesting and takes a good chunk of time to create. One should remember to protect your ideas and inventions from counterfeiters. Here's a short read on how you can protect your robotic creations through Intellectual Property.

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    I'm very excited for our future in Robotics.

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    I'm sure this is just the beginning

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