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“3D printing allows people to put something in their hands that’s tangible,” says Julio Saenz, senior manager of construction technologies at Southland Industries. “Instead of just looking at a projection, or even using virtual reality technology, they can physically rotate it and look at it from different angles. So it’s just really a great tool to highlight how things are going to come together in a complex area like a mechanical room.”
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