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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CHILE
RTS38D6Z 
April 07, 2020 
A computer model of the mechanical fan designed for 3D printers by former students of the University... 
Santiago, Chile 
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Santiago 
A computer model of the mechanical fan designed for 3D printers by former students of the University of Santiago Patricio Nova and Sebastian Bongain is seen, during a preventive quarantine following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Santiago, Chile April 6, 2020. Picture taken April 6, 2020. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza 
VENEZUELA-PLASTIC/
RTX6BX5Z 
July 18, 2018 
Albermar Dominguez collects computer cases and old printers at Simon Bolivar University garbage dump... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Albermar Dominguez collects computer cases and old printers at Simon Bolivar University garbage dump... 
Albermar Dominguez collects computer cases and old printers at Simon Bolivar University garbage dump in Caracas, Venezuela July 4, 2018. Picture taken July 4, 2018. REUTERS/Marco Bello 
VENEZUELA-PLASTIC/
RTX6BX5V 
July 18, 2018 
Albermar Dominguez (R) and John Naizzir collects computer cases and old printers at Simon Bolivar University... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Albermar Dominguez and John Naizzir collects computer cases and old printers at Simon Bolivar University... 
Albermar Dominguez (R) and John Naizzir collects computer cases and old printers at Simon Bolivar University garbage dump in Caracas, Venezuela July 4, 2018. Picture taken July 4, 2018. REUTERS/Marco Bello 
VENEZUELA-PLASTIC/
RTX6BX52 
July 18, 2018 
Albermar Dominguez (R) and John Naizzir collects computer cases and old printers at Simon Bolivar University... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Albermar Dominguez and John Naizzir collects computer cases and old printers at Simon Bolivar University... 
Albermar Dominguez (R) and John Naizzir collects computer cases and old printers at Simon Bolivar University garbage dump in Caracas, Venezuela July 4, 2018. Picture taken July 4, 2018. REUTERS/Marco Bello 
VENEZUELA-PLASTIC/
RTX6BX4U 
July 18, 2018 
Albermar Dominguez collects computer cases and old printers at Simon Bolivar University garbage dump... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Albermar Dominguez collects computer cases and old printers at Simon Bolivar University garbage dump... 
Albermar Dominguez collects computer cases and old printers at Simon Bolivar University garbage dump in Caracas, Venezuela July 4, 2018. Picture taken July 4, 2018. REUTERS/Marco Bello 
GERMANY-COMPUTING/FAIR
RTX2931E 
March 14, 2016 
A 3D printer makes a model of Brandenburg Gate at the exhibition stand of iGo3D at the world's biggest... 
Hannover, Germany 
A 3D printer makes a model of Brandenburg Gate at the exhibition stand of iGo3D at the world's biggest... 
A 3D printer makes a model of Brandenburg Gate at the exhibition stand of iGo3D at the world's biggest computer and software fair CeBit in Hanover, Germany, March 14, 2016. REUTERS/Nigel Treblin 
GERMANY-POLITICS/
RTS7XK1 
November 19, 2015 
German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel looks at a 3D printer during a visit to the 9th national IT summit... 
Berlin, Germany 
GermanEconomy Minister Sigmar Gabriel looks at 3D printer during a visit to 9th national IT summit in... 
German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel looks at a 3D printer during a visit to the 9th national IT summit in Berlin, Germany, November 19, 2015. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
GERMANY-POLITICS/
RTS7XI4 
November 19, 2015 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel looks at a 3D printer during a visit to the 9th national IT summit in... 
Berlin, Germany 
German Chancellor Merkel looks at 3D printer during a visit to 9th national IT summit in Berlin 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel looks at a 3D printer during a visit to the 9th national IT summit in Berlin, Germany, November 19, 2015. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
ELECTRONICS-FAIR/
RTX1QQOA 
September 02, 2015 
A 3D printer da Vinci 1.0 AiO of the company XYZprinting is seen the IFA Electronics show in Berlin,... 
Berlin, Germany 
A 3D printer da Vinci 1.0 AiO of the company XYZprinting is seen the IFA Electronics show in Berlin 
A 3D printer da Vinci 1.0 AiO of the company XYZprinting is seen the IFA Electronics show in Berlin, Germany, September 2, 2015. REUTERS/Axel Schmidt 
ELECTRONICS-FAIR/
RTX1QQNZ 
September 02, 2015 
A chocolate bear printed with a 3D food printer of the company XYZprinting is seen the IFA Electronics... 
Berlin, Germany 
A chocolate bear printed with a 3D food printer of the company XYZprinting is seen the IFA Electronics... 
A chocolate bear printed with a 3D food printer of the company XYZprinting is seen the IFA Electronics show in Berlin, Germany, September 2, 2015. REUTERS/Axel Schmidt 
SINGAPORE-BRITAIN/
RTX1M76K 
July 29, 2015 
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks with students as he looks at a modelling software for 3D... 
Singapore, Singapore 
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks with students as he looks at a modelling software for 3D... 
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks with students as he looks at a modelling software for 3D printers during a visit to Commonwealth Secondary School in Singapore July 29, 2015. REUTERS/Edgar Su
CHINA-ENVIRONMENT/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1IUPY 
July 03, 2015 
Workers illegally distribute old computers and printers to others for future recycling outside the government... 
GUIYU, China 
Wider Image: World's Largest Electronics Waste Dump 
Workers illegally distribute old computers and printers to others for future recycling outside the government designated recycling centre, at the township of Guiyu in China's southern Guangdong province June 8, 2015. The town of Guiyu in the economic powerhouse of Guangdong province in China has long been known as one of the world’s largest electronic waste dump sites. At its peak, some 5,000 workshops in the village recycle 15,000 tonnes of waste daily including hard drives, mobile phones, computer screens and computers shipped in from across the world. Many of the workers, however, work in poorly ventilated workshops with little protective gear, prying open discarded electronics with their bare hands. Plastic circuit boards are also melted down to salvage bits of valuable metals such as gold, copper and aluminum. As a result, large amounts of pollutants, heavy metals and chemicals are released into the rivers nearby, severely contaminating local water supplies, devastating farm harvests and damaging the health of residents. The stench of burnt plastic envelops the small town of Guiyu, while some rivers are black with industrial effluent. According to research conducted by Southern China’s Shantou University, Guiyu’s air and water is heavily contaminated by toxic metal particles. As a result, children living there have abnormally high levels of lead in their blood, the study found. While most of the e-waste was once imported into China and processed in Guiyu, much more of the discarded e-waste now comes from within China as the country grows in affluence. China now produces 6.1 million metric tonnes of e-waste a year, according to the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, second only to the U.S with 7.2 million tonnes. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

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TAIWAN-COMPUTEX/
RTR4YG02 
June 02, 2015 
An object is printed by Canon Korea Business Solution's 3D printer Marv during the 2015 Computex exhibition... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Object is printed by Canon Korea Business Solution's 3D printer Marv during the 2015 Computex exhibition... 
An object is printed by Canon Korea Business Solution's 3D printer Marv during the 2015 Computex exhibition at the TWTC Nangang exhibition hall in Taipei, Taiwan, June 2, 2015. Computex, the world's second largest computer show, runs from June 2 to 6. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang
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TAIWAN/
RTR3RYBO 
June 03, 2014 
A figurine is printed by Aurora's 3D printer F1 during the 2014 Computex exhibition at the TWTC Nangang... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
A figurine is printed by Aurora's 3D printer F1 during the 2014 Computex exhibition at the TWTC Nangang... 
A figurine is printed by Aurora's 3D printer F1 during the 2014 Computex exhibition at the TWTC Nangang exhibition hall in Taipei June 3, 2014. Computex, the world's second largest computer show, runs from June 3 to 7. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS) 
TAIWAN/
RTR3RYBH 
June 03, 2014 
An employee displays figurines produced by Aurora's 3D printer F1 during the 2014 Computex exhibition... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
An employee displays figurines produced by Aurora's 3D printer F1 during the 2014 Computex exhibition... 
An employee displays figurines produced by Aurora's 3D printer F1 during the 2014 Computex exhibition at the TWTC Nangang exhibition hall in Taipei June 3, 2014. Computex, the world's second largest computer show, runs from June 3 to 7. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
USA-OBAMA/MANUFACTURING
RTR3HICS 
March 18, 2014 
3D printers of all shapes and sizes fill the studios at America Makes, the National Additive Manufacturing... 
Youngstown, UNITED STATES 
3D printers of all shapes and sizes fill the studios at America Makes, the National Additive Manufacturing... 
3D printers of all shapes and sizes fill the studios at America Makes, the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute in Youngstown, Ohio, March 5, 2014. Along the banks of the Mahoning River in the struggling Ohio steel town of Youngstown sits a once-abandoned furniture warehouse that has been converted into a sleek new laboratory. Inside is a Silicon Valley-style workspace complete with open meeting areas and colorful stools. Several 3-D printers hum in the background, while engineers type computer codes that tell the machines how to create objects by layering materials. Picture taken on March 5, 2014. To match Feature USA-OBAMA/MANUFACTURING REUTERS/Jason Cohn (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS) 
USA-OBAMA/MANUFACTURING
RTR3HICK 
March 18, 2014 
Kevin Collier scans several small models, which can then be digitally manipulated and 3D printed, at... 
Youngstown, UNITED STATES 
Kevin Collier scans several small models which can then be digitally manipulated and 3D printed in Youngstown,... 
Kevin Collier scans several small models, which can then be digitally manipulated and 3D printed, at America Makes, the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute in Youngstown, Ohio, March 5, 2014. Along the banks of the Mahoning River in the struggling Ohio steel town of Youngstown sits a once-abandoned furniture warehouse that has been converted into a sleek new laboratory. Inside is a Silicon Valley-style workspace complete with open meeting areas and colorful stools. Several 3-D printers hum in the background, while engineers type computer codes that tell the machines how to create objects by layering materials. Picture taken on March 5, 2014. To match Feature USA-OBAMA/MANUFACTURING REUTERS/Jason Cohn (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS) 
USA-OBAMA/MANUFACTURING
RTR3HICJ 
March 18, 2014 
A general view of a plastic duct which was 3D printed at America Makes, the National Additive Manufacturing... 
Youngstown, UNITED STATES 
A general view of a plastic duct which was 3D printed at America Makes in Youngstown, Ohio 
A general view of a plastic duct which was 3D printed at America Makes, the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute in Youngstown, Ohio, March 5, 2014. Along the banks of the Mahoning River in the struggling Ohio steel town of Youngstown sits a once-abandoned furniture warehouse that has been converted into a sleek new laboratory. Inside is a Silicon Valley-style workspace complete with open meeting areas and colorful stools. Several 3-D printers hum in the background, while engineers type computer codes that tell the machines how to create objects by layering materials. The plastic duct was designed to be used inside a flying mobile hospital to connect two pieces of ductwork that are separated by a large pipe. Picture taken on March 5, 2014. To match Feature USA-OBAMA/MANUFACTURING REUTERS/Jason Cohn (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
USA-OBAMA/MANUFACTURING
RTR3HICE 
March 18, 2014 
This plastic model of the Charleston, West Virginia post office, was 3D printed and is on display at... 
Youngstown, UNITED STATES 
This plastic model of the Charleston, West Virginia post office, was 3D printed and is on display at... 
This plastic model of the Charleston, West Virginia post office, was 3D printed and is on display at America Makes, the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute in Youngstown, Ohio, March 5, 2014. Along the banks of the Mahoning River in the struggling Ohio steel town of Youngstown sits a once-abandoned furniture warehouse that has been converted into a sleek new laboratory. Inside is a Silicon Valley-style workspace complete with open meeting areas and colorful stools. Several 3-D printers hum in the background, while engineers type computer codes that tell the machines how to create objects by layering materials. Picture taken on March 5, 2014. To match Feature USA-OBAMA/MANUFACTURING REUTERS/Jason Cohn (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
USA-OBAMA/MANUFACTURING
RTR3HICD 
March 18, 2014 
Intern Jim D'Andrea loads powdered nylon into a 3D Systems 3D printer at America Makes, the National... 
Youngstown, UNITED STATES 
Intern Jim D'Andrea loads powdered nylon into a 3D Systems 3D printer at America Makes in Youngstown,... 
Intern Jim D'Andrea loads powdered nylon into a 3D Systems 3D printer at America Makes, the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute in Youngstown, Ohio, March 5, 2014. Along the banks of the Mahoning River in the struggling Ohio steel town of Youngstown sits a once-abandoned furniture warehouse that has been converted into a sleek new laboratory. Inside is a Silicon Valley-style workspace complete with open meeting areas and colorful stools. Several 3-D printers hum in the background, while engineers type computer codes that tell the machines how to create objects by layering materials. Picture taken on March 5, 2014. To match Feature USA-OBAMA/MANUFACTURING REUTERS/Jason Cohn (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
USA-OBAMA/MANUFACTURING
RTR3HICA 
March 18, 2014 
Manager Kevin Collier (R) works with intern Jim D'Andrea (L) on setting up a print job on one of the... 
Youngstown, UNITED STATES 
Manager Kevin Collier works with intern Jim D'Andrea on setting up a print job on one of the many 3D... 
Manager Kevin Collier (R) works with intern Jim D'Andrea (L) on setting up a print job on one of the many 3D printers at America Makes, the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute in Youngstown, Ohio, March 5, 2014. Along the banks of the Mahoning River in the struggling Ohio steel town of Youngstown sits a once-abandoned furniture warehouse that has been converted into a sleek new laboratory. Inside is a Silicon Valley-style workspace complete with open meeting areas and colorful stools. Several 3-D printers hum in the background, while engineers type computer codes that tell the machines how to create objects by layering materials. Picture taken on March 5, 2014. To match Feature USA-OBAMA/MANUFACTURING REUTERS/Jason Cohn (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
USA-OBAMA/MANUFACTURING
RTR3HIC7 
March 18, 2014 
Intern Cameron Rogers pulls plastic refuse material from a 3D printed cube he designed at America Makes,... 
Youngstown, UNITED STATES 
Intern Cameron Rogers pulls plastic refuse material from a 3D printed cube he designed at America Makes... 
Intern Cameron Rogers pulls plastic refuse material from a 3D printed cube he designed at America Makes, the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute in Youngstown, Ohio, March 5, 2014. Rogers is a sophomore in chemical engineering at the University of Toledo.Along the banks of the Mahoning River in the struggling Ohio steel town of Youngstown sits a once-abandoned furniture warehouse that has been converted into a sleek new laboratory. Inside is a Silicon Valley-style workspace complete with open meeting areas and colorful stools. Several 3-D printers hum in the background, while engineers type computer codes that tell the machines how to create objects by layering materials. Picture taken on March 5, 2014. To match Feature USA-OBAMA/MANUFACTURING REUTERS/Jason Cohn (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
USA-OBAMA/MANUFACTURING
RTR3HIC6 
March 18, 2014 
Intern Jim D'Andrea removes a sheet of plastic planetary gears from a 3D printer at America Makes, the... 
Youngstown, UNITED STATES 
Intern Jim D'Andrea removes a sheet of plastic planetary gears from a 3D printer at America Makes in... 
Intern Jim D'Andrea removes a sheet of plastic planetary gears from a 3D printer at America Makes, the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute in Youngstown, Ohio, March 5, 2014. Along the banks of the Mahoning River in the struggling Ohio steel town of Youngstown sits a once-abandoned furniture warehouse that has been converted into a sleek new laboratory. Inside is a Silicon Valley-style workspace complete with open meeting areas and colorful stools. Several 3-D printers hum in the background, while engineers type computer codes that tell the machines how to create objects by layering materials. Picture taken on March 5, 2014. To match Feature USA-OBAMA/MANUFACTURING REUTERS/Jason Cohn (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
USA-OBAMA/MANUFACTURING
RTR3HIC5 
March 18, 2014 
Intern Jim D'Andrea detaches plastic planetary gears after they were 3D printed at America Makes, the... 
Youngstown, UNITED STATES 
Intern Jim D'Andrea detaches plastic planetary gears after they were 3D printed at America Makes in Youngstown,... 
Intern Jim D'Andrea detaches plastic planetary gears after they were 3D printed at America Makes, the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute in Youngstown, Ohio, March 5, 2014. Along the banks of the Mahoning River in the struggling Ohio steel town of Youngstown sits a once-abandoned furniture warehouse that has been converted into a sleek new laboratory. Inside is a Silicon Valley-style workspace complete with open meeting areas and colorful stools. Several 3-D printers hum in the background, while engineers type computer codes that tell the machines how to create objects by layering materials. Picture taken on March 5, 2014. To match Feature USA-OBAMA/MANUFACTURING REUTERS/Jason Cohn (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
TAIWAN-3D/
RTR3HCQG 
March 17, 2014 
Kamm Kai-yu (R), a co-founder of boutique design studio Fabraft, displays a bicycle with a 3D printer... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Kamm Kai-yu, a co-founder of boutique design studio Fabraft, displays a bicycle with a 3D printer installed... 
Kamm Kai-yu (R), a co-founder of boutique design studio Fabraft, displays a bicycle with a 3D printer installed in front, in Taipei March 13, 2014. Cycling through the streets of Taiwan's capital, staff from the design company turn discarded plastic cups and bottles into pieces of art on the spot with Mobile Fab - an ordinary bike kitted out with a computer and 3D printer. Picture taken March 13. To match story TAIWAN-3D/ REUTERS/Patrick Lin (TAIWAN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY) 
TAIWAN-3D/
RTR3HCQE 
March 17, 2014 
Kamm Kai-yu, a co-founder of boutique design studio Fabraft, holds a product created by the company's... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Kamm Kai-yu, a co-founder of boutique design studio Fabraft, holds a product created by the company's... 
Kamm Kai-yu, a co-founder of boutique design studio Fabraft, holds a product created by the company's 3D printer in Taipei March 13, 2014. Cycling through the streets of Taiwan's capital, staff from the design company turn discarded plastic cups and bottles into pieces of art on the spot with Mobile Fab - an ordinary bike kitted out with a computer and 3D printer. Picture taken March 13. To match story TAIWAN-3D/ REUTERS/Patrick Lin (TAIWAN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY) 
GERMANY/
RTR3GFFY 
March 10, 2014 
An exhibitor adjusts the printing head of a Fabmaker 3D printer as he poses for the media at the CeBIT... 
Hanover, Germany 
An exhibitor adjusts the printing head of a Fabmaker 3D printer as he poses for the media at the CeBIT... 
An exhibitor adjusts the printing head of a Fabmaker 3D printer as he poses for the media at the CeBIT trade fair in Hanover, March 10, 2014. The world's biggest computer and software fair is open to the public from March 10 to 14. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
GERMANY/
RTR3GFFA 
March 10, 2014 
A Fabmaker 3D printer is pictured at the CeBIT trade fair in Hanover, March 10, 2014. The world's biggest... 
Hanover, Germany 
A Fabmaker 3D printer is pictured at the CeBIT trade fair in Hanover 
A Fabmaker 3D printer is pictured at the CeBIT trade fair in Hanover, March 10, 2014. The world's biggest computer and software fair is open to the public from March 10 to 14. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
3D-PRINTING/
RTR3ENAR 
March 06, 2013 
Wilfried Vancraen, chief executive of Belgian company Materialise, the biggest 3D printer in Europe poses... 
Leuven, Belgium 
Vancraen chief executive of Belgian company Materialise poses for Reuters next to 3D designed objects... 
Wilfried Vancraen, chief executive of Belgian company Materialise, the biggest 3D printer in Europe poses for Reuters next to 3D designed objects at the company's headquarters in Leuven January 24, 2013. 3D printing has already changed the game for manufacturing specialized products such as medical devices but the real revolution will come when designers start to rethink the shapes of objects. 3D printing removes the limitations of the manufacturing process from the equation, which means whatever can be designed on a computer can be turned into an object, specialists say. Picture taken on January 24, 2013. To match Feature 3D-PRINTING/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
3D-PRINTING/
RTR3ENAP 
March 06, 2013 
Wilfried Vancraen, chief executive of Belgian company Materialise, the biggest 3D printer in Europe,... 
Leuven, Belgium 
Vancraen chief executive of Belgian company Materialise poses for Reuters on a 3D designed chair in Leuven... 
Wilfried Vancraen, chief executive of Belgian company Materialise, the biggest 3D printer in Europe, poses for Reuters on a 3D KOL/MAC Root Chair by Sulan Kolatan and William MacDonald, built in one piece on Materialise's Mammoth Stereolithography Machine, at the company's headquarters in Leuven January 24, 2013. 3D printing has already changed the game for manufacturing specialized products such as medical devices but the real revolution will come when designers start to rethink the shapes of objects. 3D printing removes the limitations of the manufacturing process from the equation, which means whatever can be designed on a computer can be turned into an object, specialists say. Picture taken on January 24, 2013. To match Feature 3D-PRINTING/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
3D-PRINTING/
RTR3ENAM 
March 06, 2013 
Wilfried Vancraen, chief executive of Belgian company Materialise, the biggest 3D printer in Europe,... 
Leuven, Belgium 
Vancraen chief executive of Belgian company Materialise poses for Reuters next to 3D designed objects... 
Wilfried Vancraen, chief executive of Belgian company Materialise, the biggest 3D printer in Europe, poses for Reuters next to 3D designed objects at the company's headquarters in Leuven January 24, 2013. 3D printing has already changed the game for manufacturing specialized products such as medical devices but the real revolution will come when designers start to rethink the shapes of objects. 3D printing removes the limitations of the manufacturing process from the equation, which means whatever can be designed on a computer can be turned into an object, specialists say. Picture taken on January 24, 2013. To match Feature 3D-PRINTING/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
3D-PRINTING/
RTR3ENAJ 
March 06, 2013 
A technician at Belgian company Materialise, the biggest 3D printer in Europe, operates a laser sintering... 
Leuven, Belgium 
A technician at Materialise operates laser sintering machine that uses high-powered lasers to fuse particles... 
A technician at Belgian company Materialise, the biggest 3D printer in Europe, operates a laser sintering machine that uses high-powered lasers to fuse particles of plastic, layer by layer, to create 3D objects, at the company's headquarters in Leuven January 24, 2013. 3D printing has already changed the game for manufacturing specialized products such as medical devices but the real revolution will come when designers start to rethink the shapes of objects. 3D printing removes the limitations of the manufacturing process from the equation, which means whatever can be designed on a computer can be turned into an object, specialists say. Picture taken on January 24, 2013. To match Feature 3D-PRINTING/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
3D-PRINTING/
RTR3ENAG 
March 06, 2013 
Wilfried Vancraen, chief executive of Belgian company Materialise, the biggest 3D printer in Europe poses... 
Leuven, Belgium 
Vancraen chief executive of Materialise poses for Reuters next to 3D designed objects at the company's... 
Wilfried Vancraen, chief executive of Belgian company Materialise, the biggest 3D printer in Europe poses for Reuters next to 3D designed objects at the company's headquarters in Leuven January 24, 2013. 3D printing has already changed the game for manufacturing specialized products such as medical devices but the real revolution will come when designers start to rethink the shapes of objects. 3D printing removes the limitations of the manufacturing process from the equation, which means whatever can be designed on a computer can be turned into an object, specialists say. Picture taken on January 24, 2013. To match Feature 3D-PRINTING/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
3D-PRINTING/
RTR3ENAC 
March 06, 2013 
A technician at Belgian company Materialise, the biggest 3D printer in Europe, operates a Materialise... 
Leuven, Belgium 
A technician at Belgian company Materialise operates Mammoth stereolithography machine in Leuven 
A technician at Belgian company Materialise, the biggest 3D printer in Europe, operates a Materialise patented Mammoth stereolithography machine, capable of printing parts of up to 2100x680x800mm in one piece, to create 3D objects, at the company's headquarters in Leuven January 24, 2013. 3D printing has already changed the game for manufacturing specialized products such as medical devices but the real revolution will come when designers start to rethink the shapes of objects. 3D printing removes the limitations of the manufacturing process from the equation, which means whatever can be designed on a computer can be turned into an object, specialists say. Picture taken on January 24, 2013. To match Feature 3D-PRINTING/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
3D-PRINTING/
RTR3ENA9 
March 06, 2013 
Vanessa Palsenbarg, Corporate Communications Specialist at Belgian company Materialise, the biggest 3D... 
Leuven, Belgium 
Palsenbarg shows a 3D model called Burn Mask at the Materialise's headquarters in Leuven 
Vanessa Palsenbarg, Corporate Communications Specialist at Belgian company Materialise, the biggest 3D printer in Europe, shows a 3D model called Burn Mask, a customized mask for facial scar management at the company's headquarters in Leuven January 24, 2013. 3D printing has already changed the game for manufacturing specialized products such as medical devices but the real revolution will come when designers start to rethink the shapes of objects. 3D printing removes the limitations of the manufacturing process from the equation, which means whatever can be designed on a computer can be turned into an object, specialists say. Picture taken on January 24, 2013. To match Feature 3D-PRINTING/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
3D-PRINTING/
RTR3EN9Q 
March 06, 2013 
A 3D vase called The Hidden, designed by Dan Yeffetlamp is seen at the Belgian company Materialise, the... 
Leuven, Belgium 
A 3D vase is seen at the Belgian company Materialise the biggest 3D printer in Europe in Leuven 
A 3D vase called The Hidden, designed by Dan Yeffetlamp is seen at the Belgian company Materialise, the biggest 3D printer in Europe, in Leuven January 24, 2013. 3D printing has already changed the game for manufacturing specialized products such as medical devices but the real revolution will come when designers start to rethink the shapes of objects. 3D printing removes the limitations of the manufacturing process from the equation, which means whatever can be designed on a computer can be turned into an object, specialists say. Picture taken on January 24, 2013. To match Feature 3D-PRINTING/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
GERMANY/
RTR3ELHC 
March 05, 2013 
A 3D printer MakerBot Replicator 2 produces a sculpture at the CeBit computer fair in Hanover March,... 
Hanover, Germany 
A 3D printer MakerBot Replicator 2 produces a sculpture at the CeBit computer fair in Hanover 
A 3D printer MakerBot Replicator 2 produces a sculpture at the CeBit computer fair in Hanover March, 5, 2013. The biggest fair of its kind open its doors to the public on March 5 and will run till March 9, 2013. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
GERMANY/
RTR3ELHA 
March 05, 2013 
Manuel Leute poses for the media as he uses the 3D printer MakerBot Replicator 2 at the CeBit computer... 
Hanover, Germany 
Manuel Leute poses for the media as he uses the 3D printer MakerBot Replicator 2 at the CeBit computer... 
Manuel Leute poses for the media as he uses the 3D printer MakerBot Replicator 2 at the CeBit computer fair in Hanover March, 5, 2013. The biggest fair of its kind open its doors to the public on March 5 and will run till March 9, 2013. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
JAPAN/
RTR3DJBC 
February 09, 2013 
Mariya Kawae, 30, holds a piece of chocolate made in the shape of her face at a workshop ahead of Valentine's... 
Tokyo, Japan 
A woman holds a piece of chocolate made in the shape of her face at a workshop ahead of Valentine's Day... 
Mariya Kawae, 30, holds a piece of chocolate made in the shape of her face at a workshop ahead of Valentine's Day in Tokyo February 9, 2013. A chocolate making workshop by KS Design Lab offers classes ahead of Valentine's Day for making personalized gifts, by turning one's face into a chocolate treat for their significant other. Participants of the workshop first scan their faces and edit the data using a computer software. The data is then sent to a 3D printer to produce silicon moulds which chocolate is eventually poured into. The workshop is free of charge and attracted close to 20 participants. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
JAPAN/
RTR3DJB7 
February 09, 2013 
Yukako Ishikawa, 23, holds a piece of chocolate made in the shape of her face at a workshop ahead of... 
Tokyo, Japan 
A woman holds a piece of chocolate made in the shape of her face at a workshop ahead of Valentine's Day... 
Yukako Ishikawa, 23, holds a piece of chocolate made in the shape of her face at a workshop ahead of Valentine's Day in Tokyo February 9, 2013. A chocolate making workshop by KS Design Lab offers classes ahead of Valentine's Day for making personalized gifts, by turning one's face into a chocolate treat for their significant other. Participants of the workshop first scan their faces and edit the data using a computer software. The data is then sent to a 3D printer to produce silicon moulds which chocolate is eventually poured into. The workshop is free of charge and attracted close to 20 participants. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
JAPAN/
RTR3DJB4 
February 09, 2013 
Yukako Ishikawa, 23, holds up a piece of chocolate made in the shape of her face at a workshop ahead... 
Tokyo, Japan 
A woman holds up a piece of chocolate made in the shape of her face at a workshop ahead of Valentine's... 
Yukako Ishikawa, 23, holds up a piece of chocolate made in the shape of her face at a workshop ahead of Valentine's Day in Tokyo February 9, 2013. A chocolate making workshop by KS Design Lab offers classes ahead of Valentine's Day for making personalized gifts, by turning one's face into a chocolate treat for their significant other. Participants of the workshop first scan their faces and edit the data using a computer software. The data is then sent to a 3D printer to produce silicon moulds which chocolate is eventually poured into. The workshop is free of charge and attracted close to 20 participants. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
JAPAN/
RTR3DJAZ 
February 09, 2013 
Mariya Kawae, 30, opens a mould for a piece of chocolate made in the shape of her face during a workshop... 
Tokyo, Japan 
A woman opens a mould for chocolate made in the shape of her face during a workshop ahead of Valentine's... 
Mariya Kawae, 30, opens a mould for a piece of chocolate made in the shape of her face during a workshop ahead of Valentine's Day at KS Design Lab in Tokyo February 9, 2013. A chocolate making workshop by KS Design Lab offers classes ahead of Valentine's Day for making personalized gifts, by turning one's face into a chocolate treat for their significant other. Participants of the workshop first scan their faces and edit the data using a computer software. The data is then sent to a 3D printer to produce silicon moulds which chocolate is eventually poured into. The workshop is free of charge and attracted close to 20 participants. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
JAPAN/
RTR3DJAU 
February 09, 2013 
Hisoka Yuasa, 4, receives a full-body scan during a chocolate making workshop ahead of Valentine's Day... 
Tokyo, Japan 
A girl receives a full-body scan during a chocolate making workshop ahead of Valentine's Day in Tokyo... 
Hisoka Yuasa, 4, receives a full-body scan during a chocolate making workshop ahead of Valentine's Day at KS Design Lab in Tokyo February 2, 2013. A chocolate making workshop by KS Design Lab offers classes ahead of Valentine's Day for making personalized gifts, by turning one's face into a chocolate treat for their significant other. Participants of the workshop first scan their faces and edit the data using a computer software. The data is then sent to a 3D printer to produce silicon moulds which chocolate is eventually poured into. The workshop is free of charge and attracted close to 20 participants. Picture taken February 2, 2013. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
JAPAN/
RTR3DJAM 
February 09, 2013 
Mariya Kawae, 30, receives a full-body scan during a workshop ahead of Valentine's Day at KS Design Lab... 
Tokyo, Japan 
A woman receives a full-body scan during a chocolate making workshop ahead of Valentine's Day in Tokyo... 
Mariya Kawae, 30, receives a full-body scan during a workshop ahead of Valentine's Day at KS Design Lab in Tokyo February 2, 2013. A chocolate making workshop by KS Design Lab offers classes ahead of Valentine's Day for making personalized gifts, by turning one's face into a chocolate treat for their significant other. Participants of the workshop first scan their faces and edit the data using a computer software. The data is then sent to a 3D printer to produce silicon moulds which chocolate is eventually poured into. The workshop is free of charge and attracted close to 20 participants. Picture taken February 2, 2013. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
JAPAN/
RTR3DJAH 
February 09, 2013 
Eriko Sakuramoto, 27, receives a full-body scan during a chocolate making workshop ahead of Valentine's... 
Tokyo, Japan 
A woman receives a full-body scan during a chocolate making workshop ahead of Valentine's Day at KS Design... 
Eriko Sakuramoto, 27, receives a full-body scan during a chocolate making workshop ahead of Valentine's Day at KS Design Lab in Tokyo February 2, 2013. The workshop offers classes for making personalized gifts, by turning one's face into a chocolate treat for their significant other. Participants of the workshop first scan their faces and edit the data using a computer software. The data is then sent to a 3D printer to produce silicon moulds which chocolate is eventually poured into. The workshop is free of charge and attracted close to 20 participants. Picture taken February 2, 2013. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
JAPAN/
RTR3DJA7 
February 09, 2013 
Hisoka Yuasa, 4, holds a piece of chocolate made in the shape of her face at a workshop ahead of Valentine's... 
Tokyo, Japan 
A girl holds a piece of chocolate made in the shape of her face at a workshop ahead of Valentine's Day... 
Hisoka Yuasa, 4, holds a piece of chocolate made in the shape of her face at a workshop ahead of Valentine's Day in Tokyo February 9, 2013. A chocolate making workshop by KS Design Lab offers classes ahead of Valentine's Day for making personalized gifts, by turning one's face into a chocolate treat for their significant other. Participants of the workshop first scan their faces and edit the data using a computer software. The data is then sent to a 3D printer to produce silicon moulds which chocolate is eventually poured into. The workshop is free of charge and attracted close to 20 participants. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
JAPAN/
RTR3DJA3 
February 09, 2013 
A silicon mould in the shape of a participant's face is seen at a chocolate making workshop ahead of... 
Tokyo, Japan 
A silicon mould in the shape of a participant's face is seen at a chocolate making workshop ahead of... 
A silicon mould in the shape of a participant's face is seen at a chocolate making workshop ahead of Valentine's Day in Tokyo February 9, 2013. The workshop by KS Design Lab offers classes ahead of Valentine's Day for making personalized gifts, by turning one's face into a chocolate treat for their significant other. Participants of the workshop first scan their faces and edit the data using a computer software. The data is then sent to a 3D printer to produce silicon moulds which chocolate is eventually poured into. The workshop is free of charge and attracted close to 20 participants. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
JAPAN/
RTR3DJA0 
February 09, 2013 
A computer screen showing a participant's face data after a full-body scan was conducted, is seen during... 
Tokyo, Japan 
A computer screen showing a participant's face data after a full-body scan was conducted, is seen during... 
A computer screen showing a participant's face data after a full-body scan was conducted, is seen during a workshop ahead of Valentine's Day at KS Design Lab in Tokyo February 2, 2013. A chocolate making workshop by KS Design Lab offers classes ahead of Valentine's Day for making personalized gifts, by turning one's face into a chocolate treat for their significant other. Participants of the workshop first scan their faces and edit the data using a computer software. The data is then sent to a 3D printer to produce silicon moulds which chocolate is eventually poured into. The workshop is free of charge and attracted close to 20 participants. Picture taken February 2, 2013. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
JAPAN/
RTR3DJ9N 
February 09, 2013 
Participants display chocolates made in the shapes of their faces at a workshop ahead of Valentine's... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Participants display chocolates made in the shapes of their faces at a workshop ahead of Valentine's... 
Participants display chocolates made in the shapes of their faces at a workshop ahead of Valentine's Day in Tokyo February 9, 2013. A chocolate making workshop by KS Design Lab offers classes ahead of Valentine's Day for making personalized gifts, by turning one's face into a chocolate treat for their significant other. Participants of the workshop first scan their faces and edit the data using a computer software. The data is then sent to a 3D printer to produce silicon moulds which chocolate is eventually poured into. The workshop is free of charge and attracted close to 20 participants. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
JAPAN/
RTR3DJ9K 
February 09, 2013 
Participants who have received a full-body scan, edit their face data before sending them to a 3D printer... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Participants who have received a full-body scan edit their face data during a chocolate making workshop... 
Participants who have received a full-body scan, edit their face data before sending them to a 3D printer during a workshop ahead of Valentine's Day at KS Design Lab in Tokyo February 2, 2013. A chocolate making workshop by KS Design Lab offers classes ahead of Valentine's Day for making personalized gifts, by turning one's face into a chocolate treat for their significant other. Participants of the workshop first scan their faces and edit the data using a computer software. The data is then sent to a 3D printer to produce silicon moulds which chocolate is eventually poured into. The workshop is free of charge and attracted close to 20 participants. Picture taken February 2, 2013. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
JAPAN/
RTR3DJ8X 
February 09, 2013 
Mariya Kawae, 30, receives a full-body scan during a workshop ahead of Valentine's Day at KS Design Lab... 
Tokyo, Japan 
A woman receives a full-body scan during a chocolate making workshop ahead of Valentine's Day in Tokyo... 
Mariya Kawae, 30, receives a full-body scan during a workshop ahead of Valentine's Day at KS Design Lab in Tokyo February 2, 2013. A chocolate making workshop by KS Design Lab offers classes ahead of Valentine's Day for making personalized gifts, by turning one's face into a chocolate treat for their significant other. Participants of the workshop first scan their faces and edit the data using a computer software. The data is then sent to a 3D printer to produce silicon moulds which chocolate is eventually poured into. The workshop is free of charge and attracted close to 20 participants. Picture taken February 2, 2013. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
JAPAN/
RTR3DJ8S 
February 09, 2013 
Mariya Kawae, 30, receives a full-body scan during a workshop ahead of Valentine's Day at KS Design Lab... 
Tokyo, Japan 
A woman receives a full-body scan during a chocolate making workshop ahead of Valentine's Day in Tokyo... 
Mariya Kawae, 30, receives a full-body scan during a workshop ahead of Valentine's Day at KS Design Lab in Tokyo February 2, 2013. A chocolate making workshop by KS Design Lab offers classes ahead of Valentine's Day for making personalized gifts, by turning one's face into a chocolate treat for their significant other. Participants of the workshop first scan their faces and edit the data using a computer software. The data is then sent to a 3D printer to produce silicon moulds which chocolate is eventually poured into. The workshop is free of charge and attracted close to 20 participants. Picture taken February 2, 2013. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
JAPAN/
RTR3DJ8M 
February 09, 2013 
Mariya Kawae, 30, holds a piece of chocolate made in the shape of her face at a workshop ahead of Valentine's... 
Tokyo, Japan 
A woman holds a piece of chocolate made in the shape of her face at a workshop ahead of Valentine's Day... 
Mariya Kawae, 30, holds a piece of chocolate made in the shape of her face at a workshop ahead of Valentine's Day in Tokyo February 9, 2013. A chocolate making workshop by KS Design Lab offers classes ahead of Valentine's Day for making personalized gifts, by turning one's face into a chocolate treat for their significant other. Participants of the workshop first scan their faces and edit the data using a computer software. The data is then sent to a 3D printer to produce silicon moulds which chocolate is eventually poured into. The workshop is free of charge and attracted close to 20 participants. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
GERMANY/
RTR2SIBB 
October 11, 2011 
A visitor walks through the installation "Murmur Study" by Artist Christopher P. Baker which is exhibited... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
A visitor walks through the installation "Murmur Study" by Artist Christopher P. Baker which is exhibited... 
A visitor walks through the installation "Murmur Study" by Artist Christopher P. Baker which is exhibited at the book fair in Frankfurt, October 11 2011. The installation consists of 132 common thermal printers, connected to a computer system. Custom software collects every new tweet from the Twitter network in the internet containing keywords associated with topics such dialogue, ideas and literature and prints them on the thermal printer designated to the keywords. The book fair will be opened later today and runs until Sunday, October 16 with its focal theme on the literature of Iceland. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS MEDIA ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY) 
GERMANY/
RTR2SIB6 
October 11, 2011 
Artist Christopher P. Baker reads tweets printed in his installation "Murmur Study" which is exhibited... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Artist Christopher P. Baker reads tweets printed in his installation "Murmur Study" which is exhibited... 
Artist Christopher P. Baker reads tweets printed in his installation "Murmur Study" which is exhibited at the book fair in Frankfurt, October 11 2011. The installation consists of 132 common thermal printers, connected to a computer system. Custom software collects every new tweet from the Twitter network in the internet containing keywords associated with topics such dialogue, ideas and literature and prints them on the thermal printer designated to the keywords. The book fair will be opened later today and runs until Sunday, October 16 with its focal theme on the literature of Iceland. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS MEDIA SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY ENTERTAINMENT) 
ECONOMY-CALIFORNIA/
RTR259QW 
July 03, 2009 
Computer Operator Louie Sanchez unloads registered warrants, or IOUs, from a printer at the State Controller's... 
San Francisco, UNITED STATES 
Louie Sanchez unloads IOUs from a printer at the State Controller's office in Sacramento. 
Computer Operator Louie Sanchez unloads registered warrants, or IOUs, from a printer at the State Controller's office in Sacramento, California July 2, 2009. The Controller has printed over 50,000 IOUs, and those dated July 2, total over $53 million. As California marked its second day of a new fiscal year without a budget agreement, the state government moved ahead on Thursday to issue billions of dollars in "IOUs" in order to avoid a cash crisis. California faces a financial stranglehold after lawmakers failed to balance the budget by the start of the state's new fiscal year on Wednesday, leaving a $26.3 billion deficit. REUTERS/Max Whittaker (UNITED STATES POLITICS BUSINESS) 
ECONOMY-CALIFORNIA/
RTR259QB 
July 03, 2009 
Computer Operator Louie Sanchez unloads registered warrants, or IOUs, from a printer at the State Controller's... 
San Francisco, UNITED STATES 
Louie Sanchez unloads IOUs from a printer at the State Controller's office in Sacramento. 
Computer Operator Louie Sanchez unloads registered warrants, or IOUs, from a printer at the State Controller's office in Sacramento, California July 2, 2009. The Controller has printed over 50,000 IOUs, and those dated July 2 total over $53 million. Gov. Schwarzenegger has declared a fiscal emergency for the state, and called a special legislative session to address the budget's $24.3 billion deficit. REUTERS/Max Whittaker (UNITED STATES POLITICS BUSINESS) 
INDONESIA- ELECTIONS/ECONOMY
RTR246LN 
June 02, 2009 
A stock trader looks at an index board during second session trading at the Jakarta Stock Exchange June... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
Stock trader looks at index board during second session trading at Jakarta Stock Exchange 
A stock trader looks at an index board during second session trading at the Jakarta Stock Exchange June 2, 2009. Indonesia launched on Tuesday campaigning for presidential elections during which the economy is set to be the main issue in a vote that could decide the pace of further reforms in the world's fourth most populous country. Market have widely reflected a Yudhoyono win, helping make the rupiah the best performing currency in Asia this year and driving up the stock index over 40 percent. REUTERS/Crack Palinggi (INDONESIA)
BUSINESS ELECTIONS POLITICS) 
MOLDOVA-ELECTION/
RTXDR0T 
April 07, 2009 
A looter carries a printer out of the parliament building in Chisinau April 7, 2009. Protesters denouncing... 
Chisinau, Moldova 
A looter carries a printer out of the parliament building in Chisinau 
A looter carries a printer out of the parliament building in Chisinau April 7, 2009. Protesters denouncing a Communist election victory in Moldova siezed the president's offices on Tuesday and broke into parliament where they hurled furniture and computers into the street, Reuters reporters said. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (MOLDOVA POLITICS ELECTIONS CONFLICT) 
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