3D printing: Made in Brooklyn
One of the hottest topics in manufacturing is 3D printing, known as "additive manufacturing" in the biz.
When asked about the potential for an American manufacturing resurgence, many optimistic forecasters are putting quite a few eggs in 3D printing's basket.
So perhaps today's manufacturing fact is, unto itself, a good sign. If 3D printing is the future of American manufacturing, and one of the most popular 3D printers on the market is Made in the USA, that's a step in a positive direction, right?
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