The numbers do not lie: 3D printer company revenues have grown at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 16% for the past decade, according to Wohlers Associates. With that kind of steamrolling growth, all of the early hype about 3D printing turned out to be well founded.
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There’s been a lot of hype about the new industrial revolution, what does it mean for you?
At a recent visit to Boise State University following his State of the Union Address, President Obama had the opportunity to meet with staff regarding the university’s 3D printing capabilities as well as the new College of Innovation.
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In an era of unsustainable defense budgets and increasingly complex enemies, advanced manufacturing holds the potential to help the United States to meet its mission and responsibilities in both arenas.