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If you’ve worked in product development or R&D at any point in the last 30 years, then you’ve likely worked with 3D printing. At some point you’ve probably nodded along with an amused, mildly impressed expression as a well-meaning salesperson shows off a thingamajig with rotating inner gizmos all printed simultaneously on one machine.
Sure, it’s neat. It’s far from practical for your industry, but neat.
Perhaps you have a fe…
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