Have 3D Printing and Mass Customization Reached The Tipping Point?
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Its the Candyfab 6000 , 3D printing in sugar. The Revolution Shall be Caramelized. In 2007, TreeHugger built a special website that looked at the future of 3d Printing and Downloadable Designs. I wrote: With digital designs we decide what we want from the best in the world, not what Mr. Store Manager picks out. The Long Tail is at our fingertips as we cruise from Korea to Kansas for the design that suits our taste. Malcolm Harris at Sharable writes that this future is getting awfully close. He points to a report by Hod Lipson and Melba Kurman, Factory @ Home: The Emerging Economy of Personal Fabrication that brings us up to date: ... Read the full story on TreeHugger