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Carl Douglass, half of the two-man company Dglass3D in Spicer, uses a computer to program a design to be created by the 3D printer in their shop. The company’s design for a new style of printer head allows the use of a greater number of materials for creating objects by 3D printing. (Tribune photo by Ron Adams)

Two brothers develop product that expands possibilities for 3D printing


By David Little

SPICER — Two brothers, Carl and Brian Douglass, have developed a product they say will double the creative possibilities and build potential for the 3D printer market.

Their two-man company, Dglass3D, or D3D for short, has developed a printer head that can replace factory-built printer heads currently installed in most 3D printers with a much more innovative and capable model.

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