3D printers will change manufacturing

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MANUFACTURING advances often take time to catch on. Only later does their real significance become apparent. The flying shuttle, invented in 1733 by John Kay, a British weaver, allowed the production of wider pieces of cloth.

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@EURACC: Automation is spreading to every production line in every country, and 3D printing is part of that trend econ.st/2t50o4E

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