3D printing edges closer and closer toward commercial territories with Voodoo Manufacturing's rapid prototyping processes

Brooklyn New York, with its Tech Triangle contributing an impressive 10 percent to tech's global sector, is increasingly becoming a sought after location for inspiring new tech brands. The latest to set up shop within the area is Voodoo Manufacturing whose team is making 3D printing simpler and more accessible.

A group of ex-employees from 3D printing pioneers Makerbot have come together to create their version of a super factory. Their offering is definitely a sign of where the industry is going as the majority of firms' aims is to commercialize the concept and make it attainable to the masses. This is exactly what Voodoo Manufacturing is offering, however, there are added extras to its service.

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