John Geraci: 3D Printing Means No More ‘Made In China’ – Or Detroit [Headlines]

John Geraci: 3D Printing Means No More ‘Made In China’ – Or Detroit [Headlines]
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Entrepreneur imagines stores that don't need to manufacture things at all – they just send a customer a blueprint.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 14 november 2011

Entrepreneur imagines not ever needing to get something in the mail from UPS; and stores that don’t need to manufacture things at all – they just send a customer a blueprint, and then the customer just pops that blueprint into their printer and “bing”, there’s the product. John Geraci

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