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What 3D Printing Means For The Future Of Manufacturing

What 3D Printing Means For The Future Of Manufacturing
Retail

3D Hubs is creating a network of neighborhood production hubs to give consumers easy access to the creation of their own products

Ido Lechner, Home Editor
  • 2 august 2016

As 3D printing continues to generate jaw-dropping feats, from entire cars down to working organs, the adoption rate for these remarkable machines across industries, retailers and even homes continues to soar. As such, the production economy has been noticeably inching toward decentralization in recent years given the speed and efficiency in which items can be fabricated and shipped to your door. But the term ‘shipping’ will soon perish altogether if startup 3D Hubs has anything to say about it, and cofounder and CEO Bram de Zwart sat down with PSFK to tell us why.

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