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Shaping the future

As a matter of fact, Hart asserts, “It’s not that 3-D printing will replace all of manufacturing or even a tenth of it in the near future.”It is the foundation of a digital transformation in our responsive, market-driven product design, production, and customer service.

Changes in industrial manufacturing processes brought about by these new technologies could have significant repercussions not only for the workforce of the future but also for their education and training.

Hart is profoundly drawn in with those inquiries, as well.He adds, “We also like to think at the system level, in terms of economic modeling of new manufacturing technologies like 3-D printing, and understanding how companies work and what changes may be required in product-development processes and the skills of their employees.”

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