Team Depot Volunteers Help Transform Local Veteran’s Home – Abc 12 – Wjrt – Flint, Mi

Home Depot Gets Into the 3-D Printer Business – Yahoo Finance

David McLain is a disabled Navy veteran, who served for six years before he was honorably discharged. He watched in awe as volunteers transformed his home. “I was worried about how I was going to get the deck stained,” McLain said. Staining the deck was just one small item on the to do list, Wednesday, for Team Depot, Home Depot’s volunteer force that works with the VFW to help local veterans.
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Home health aide accused of theft »
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The Tribune Democrat, Johnstown, PA

Police said Larose allegedly made off with three rings and sold them to a Kranichs jewelry store for $150. Larose was charged with theft by unlawful taking or disposition and receiving stolen property. She remains free on $5,000 unsecured bond. Patrick Buchnowski is a reporter with The Tribune-Democrat. Follow him on twitter@PatBuchnowskiTD.
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All of the contractors also were cited for violations of New Jersey’s Contractor’s Registration Act. Such violations include failure to provide consumers with detailed written contracts for projects costing more than $500. “With this action we are demanding more than $1 million in restitution for consumers who paid for work that allegedly was never finished,” said Acting Attorney General John J.
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MakerBot 3D Printers Coming to Home Depot – Yahoo News

Tech Media Network (Tom's Guide)

At first glance, you may not see how a 3-D printer fits in with the hardware supply giant, but, as Engadget said, The Home Depots core business revolves around helping you craft things, so it stands to reason that youd eventually find 3-D printers there, doesnt it? Home Depot is now selling MakerBot 3-D printers online, as well as in 12 stores in California, Illinois and New York, as part of a pilot project. Because of the printers ability to create parts and supplies, such as cup holders, U-clips and pipe stakes, Home Depot thinks they will appeal to more forward-thinking contractors and DIYers. Its a pilot for us to test a potential disruptive technology, and to make sure we are on the forefront of a new innovative product, Joe Downey, an online merchant at Atlanta-based Home Depot, told Bloomberg . This move will bring 3-D printers to a more mainstream audience. Bre Pettis, CEO of MakerBot, said in a press release : Imagine a world where you can 3-D print replacement parts and use 3-D printing as an integral part of design and building work. We cant wait to see what The Home Depot customers make with our products.
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NJ Division of Consumer Affairs cites 68 contractors for $1.3 million in penalties – Business – NorthJersey.com

The home improvement retailer has announced a partnership with 3D printing company MakerBot to sell MakerBot Replicators in 12 Home Depots in New York City, California and Illinois. At these dozen locations, MakerBot staff will also demonstrate 3D printing technology to customers at specially designed kiosks and hand out 3D printed items as keepsakes. The intent is to get people interested in 3D printing and its capabilities MakerBot’s, in particular.
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