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An unusual post by Rod Roddenberry in Huffington Post ponders whether society is sufficiently “evolved” to handle 3D printers. The proposition is that if 3D printing tech becomes widespread, then your shopping will be done online – the selected 3D models will be printed at home. The implication, according to Roddenberry, is that the changes to our “supply and supply marketplace” may be challenging. Roddenberry says:

Visit link: Are We Ready for 3D Printing?

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