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  1. Have Your Morning Happy Cry Watching This Disabled Dog Run for the First Time With 3D Printed Legs

    Fact: Tears are 3D printed feelings.

    Tara Anderson, the director of project management at 3D Systems, has a awesome heart, and took disabled pooch Derby under her wing a few months ago. Anderson knew she could help the dogger, and Derby goes from an (also pretty innovative) doggy wheelchair to having sweet 3D-printed blade legs that allow him to run like the champion he truly is. What? No, it's just... it's dusty in here, and... I'm not crying, you're crying!

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  2. 3D Print Your Own Collapsible Cross Guard Lightsaber Because Star Wars Fans Are The Best

    GIMME

    There has indeed been an awakening, and it's in the form of awesome fans who know how to create super awesome things. Case in point: these Star Wars makers from FabShop who put the cross guard lightsaber to the test by 3D printing all the components and putting it together themselves.

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  3. KREE! This Woman Made A 3D-Printed Stargate That Actually Lights Up And Dials!

    Chevron seven, locked.

    Holy frozen bad guys, someone get Walter Harriman on the phone stat!

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  4. Things We Saw Today: Mother Of Dragon Age

    Reddit user killerewok made this awesome Daenerys Targaryen in Dragon Age: Inquisition. You can follow her album on Imgur to make your own!

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  5. Today In Adorable: Here’s a 3D-Printed Iron Man Prosthetic For Underprivileged Children

    Jarvis, reroute all power to the FEELINGS.

    One of the awesome things about 3D printing is that it makes manufacturing prosthetics much, much simpler to do. If you have the right design, all you need is the money for raw materials and access to a printer. The only problem is that 3D designed arms don't exactly come out looking particularly unobtrusive or real like the expensive models can—but who needs reality when you can be Iron Man?

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  6. Things We Saw Today: Synthetic Leather Star-Lord Jackets For All!

    Finally, I can look like an A-hole!

    This is not a drill: New American Jackets make synthetic leather Peter Quill coats designed to fit Star-Lords of all genders.

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  7. You Can Get A Marvel Action Figure Made With Your Face At Walmart. Unless You Want A Female Character, Of Course.

    Only boys get to be superheroes, duh.

    Chances are, I will never be a superhero. It's something I've had to come to terms with. But now, thanks to Marvel, the most painful aspect of non-superherodom (the lack of a personalized action figure, obviously) has been mitigated. Starting tomorrow, you can head to stores near you and have a Marvel action figure made, featuring your very own face. As long as you're cool with being either Iron Man or Captain America. Sorry, girls; superheroes aren't for you I guess.

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  8. Things We Saw Today: All Hail Toyffrey Baratheon, First Of His Mold

    For fun, have all your Barbies line up to slap him one at a time.

    We can tell we're going to have a lot of fun with this Dark Horse Game of Thrones figure we found on io9's Toybox. Who's up for a Chibi Project-style series of... "experiments?"

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  9. Things We Saw Today: Detroit Is Turning Into Gotham City

    Oh, it's for Batman v Superman and not Batkid? Oh well.

    Feast your X-Ray vision or little bat lenses on some tweeted set photos from the Detroit Gotham City filming of Batman v Superman.

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  10. Arizona Man 3D-Printed a New Prosthetic Hand for Under $100, See It in Action

    Cool, but how much for a Mega Man Buster Gun?

    Earlier this year we covered "The Cyborg Beast," an open-source 3D-printable prosthetic hand that costs about $50. It looks like an Arizona man has taken the design (or something similar) and adapted it for his friend who lost three fingers in an accident.

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