The Factory Everywhere: The present and future of distributed manufacturing

To refer to it as a Industrial Revolution in the making isn’t hyperbole: it has very real economic, social and environmental implications. But after the hype around 3D printing has passed, and as makerspaces continue to pop up, how close are we really to distributed manufacturing becoming mainstream, and what does that reality look like?

Source: The Factory Everywhere: The present and future of distributed manufacturing | Nesta

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