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Sascha de Peña demonstrates the strength of a part 3D printed using HP's MJF technology--with a look to future generations that will integrate sensors directly into the printed object, so it can report in real time the stresses placed on it. Video taken by 3DPrint.com Editor-in-Chief Sarah Goehrke at RAPID 2016 on May 17th, 2016 in Orlando.

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