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HP is Taking Desktop Manufacturing Mainstream
Hewlett Packard and Stratasys are setting up to manufacture 3D Printers under the HP brand. In a Stratasys press release. Stratasys Chairman and CEO Scott Crump says: "We believe the time is right for 3D printing to become mainstream." Desktop manufacturing is one of the most promising -- and one of the most potentially disruptive -- technologies that are likely to gain a foothold during this decade. Here is an interview we did with Evan Malone about his DIY FabLab project.



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