London is hosting an international 3d print show - attracting the latest technology and innovation for the industry. Bloomberg's Ryan Chilcote headed down to investigate how 3D printers intend to revolutionize your life.
3D Printed Cars a Reality? Take a Ride in One
How Iron Man Was Made by a 3D Printer
Jason Lopes, lead systems engineer at Legacy Effects, explains how some of your favorite Hollywood superheroes and characters are created using 3D printing technology. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's "The Pulse."
3D Printing Spurs "Maker Movement" Revolution
Jessie Harrington Au, program manager maker at Autodesk, talks with Ryan Chilcote about how 3D printing is giving people the ability to replace items in their home by making it themselves. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's "The Pulse."
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