Carnegie Mellon deploys 3-D printers to manufacture hair

Carnegie Mellon University researchers have figured out how to use 3-D printers to print hairlike strands. "You just squirt a little bit of material and pull away," said Gierad Laput, a PhD student in Carnegie Mellon's Human-Computer Interaction Institute. "It's a very simple idea, really." More

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