Additive Manufacturing, or 3D printing as it is sometimes referred to, was
thrust into the view of the tech-savvy public and big industry around 2009 when related patents expired. That year saw the introduction of the first-ever retail consumer-focused 3D printer, named the RepRap³, with much hype around its revolutionary potential.
In the wake of these happenings, and the promised disruption of industries
like logistics, warehousing, and manufacturing. Many were drawn into the
resulting whirlpool of anticipation, "the factory in every home," read one headline.
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