A Skeptic’s Guide to 3D Printing
November 29, 2013 Editor 0
There’s no question that 3D printing offers a new manufacturing model that is already changing the way certain items are made. But you should temper your expectations for large-scale change. Applying technology forecasting tools such as the experience curve and scale economies reveals that 3D printing isn’t poised to take the place of factory production anytime soon.
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