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  • n. A small manufacturing plant able to make solid, three-dimensional objects from digital data


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  • Quoted from wikipedia "The term fabber (short for “digital fabricator�?) refers to a small, self-contained factory that can make objects described by digital data. Fabbers make three-dimensional, solid objects that can be used as models, as prototypes, or as delivered products."

    December 11, 2006