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The Polar 3D printer was featured on the Maker Club Journal in the article "3D Printing from 37,000 Feet. Mind Blown."

In Theory

"In theory, if I have WiFi on a flight from San Francisco to NYC, I should be able to 3D Print something from 37,000 feet while flying. AND, I should be able to write a blog post too from this flight - which I am doing.

  Polar 3D Printing

In Real-Life

"I did it. I found a model (STL file) I had created previously (yes, of course I could have modeled something new from up here using TinkerCad or something else).  I logged into the Polar3D Cloud Service and clicked on my friend's printer and..."

 READ THE FULL STORY on the Maker Club Journal

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