Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Malden entrepreneur uses 3D printers to make sandstone sculptures - Business - The Boston Globe

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"Zhang, 28, of Malden, owns 3D Bean, which makes lifelike sandstone figurines by using 3D printing technology. He spent the past year developing a technique that uses 90 cameras to create 3D images in a small office in Malden Square. He is now ready to start marketing his services from a studio in Boston’s South End, where he is hoping to get more exposure.

“This product is very similar to a photo. It saves a moment in time and that is its value,” Zhang said. “It’s not just sandstone. It’s a moment that you won’t be able to capture again.”"
Malden entrepreneur uses 3D printers to make sandstone sculptures - Business - The Boston Globe
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