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June 26, 2014 4:50 PM

New Leawood firm will make personal 3-D figurines

Lifeform Studio will use 3-D photography and a 3-D printer to create the figures they dub “lifeforms.” Customers can have mini-me versions of themselves, say, in their wedding or prom dresses or soccer uniform. Lifeform Studio opens Saturday in Leawood’s Park Place.

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