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Consumers buy 3D-printed wax figure Jiangsu

2014-03-10 17:50:17



Finished wax figures are displayed at a 3D-print wax work studio in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu Province, March 6, 2014. Consumers could pay for wax figures of themselves in various sizes made by the 3D printer in the studio, which will spend two weeks in making after a full-body scan for 3-5 minutes. [Photo: Xinhua/Shen Peng]

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