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Embedded ball bearings bring balance to 3D-printed objects

Figurines that just won't stay standing are the bane of a collector's existence, but spare a thought for hobbyists who design and 3D print their own models, only to find they keep toppling over. Now a team at Disney Research has developed a method for crafting 3D printable objects with metal balls embedded inside, which allows the average user to design models that can pull off some quirky balancing acts.
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