5 reasons why 3D printing could revolutionize manufacturing, logistics

10/24/2013 | Manufacturing.net

As the use of 3D printing gains steam in the manufacturing sector, the technology seems to be a potential game-changer that can revolutionize the way manufacturers produce and deliver goods, this blogger writes. The writer lists five reasons 3D printing could change the global production line, including its speed and increased opportunities for customization and near-sourcing. Use of 3D printing also may allow logistics companies to offer more comprehensive services, the blogger states.

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