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Did you notice that when Donald blacks out he looks just like Daffy?
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Actually the “baking” of plastic parts is now a reality. See this:
A combination of inkjet printing to make a 3D object combined with curing, usually via UV.
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"Rees has written a solid, comprehensive account of the technological creation of cold chains in the United States. I wish this book had been available for me to read when I was doing my own research."—Mansel G. Blackford, Ohio State University.
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