6/10/2013

Once obscure, 3D printing is beginning to create a wide imprint among the general public, with courses offered for hobbyists and 3D desktop printers in high demand, according to this article. The technology is expected to grow in influence and how its shapes our lives, but those familiar with it also note limitations, seeing little likelihood that 3D will ever replace conventional manufacturing on a large scale, writes Eric Adler.

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