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Atomic Books in Hampden looks to put a 3D printer in-store [Links]

In other digital fabrication news: a review of the welding class at the Baltimore Foundery.

Atomic Books needs a 3D printer [Atombler]: “We’re working on getting one in the store so you can come in and learn about 3D printing and play around with it, too.”
An Estuary Goes to BohConf [An Estuary]: “I think some of the difference lies in the fact that coders in the sessions were making real code, not just talking about code. The idea of actually making things as an instructional / exploratory method is really compelling to me.”
Baltimore Foundery — Welding Class review [Reddit]: “We covered an intro to flux welding. I just want to say it was a great time. … All the people I met were nice and this is absolutely something you should check out.”
Political Pundit Puts Mosby Out There … On Facebook [Baltimore Spectator]: “Hassan “Mr. Politics” Giordano, takes aim squarely at Boston native, Marilyn Mosby, prime challenger to State’s Attorney Gregg Bernstein for the next election.”
Russia Grants Snowden 1-Year Asylum [New York Times]: “After a month holed up in the transit zone of Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport, Edward J. Snowden, the former intelligence contractor wanted by the United States for leaking details of surveillance programs, has received temporary refugee status in Russia and left the airport, his lawyer saidThursday.”

Companies: An Estuary / Baltimore Foundery / Reddit

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