Buckley Report: 3D Printing
Manufacturing is going the way of farming–that’s not to say it’s going away, but just as with farming, fewer people will be needed to produce the same amount of “stuff”, in the future.
Few things have catapulted that phenonmenon quite like 3D printing.
NC State professor Ola Harrysson, who has a hand in developing the new technology, says the 3D printer revolution will still create jobs, since employees are always needed to write the software to run the printers.
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