3D Printing Produces Abundance?

3D Printing Produces Abundance?Peter H. Diamandis is well known as the originator of the recent series of X-Prizes that have launched a couple of new 21st century industries. He also founded the Singularity University, too, which led to a unique extra-terrestrial 3D printing initiative, Made In Space
 
Diamandis and partner Steven Kotler have just come out with a new book, “Abundance: The Future Is Better Than You Think”, in which they propose that advanced technology will make our world a far better place rather than the all-too-frequent Science Fiction doomsday scenarios predict. 
 
We strongly agree with their position; the future is getting better, so long as we keep making it. 
 
3D printing plays a prominent role in the new book. In an excerpt published on Slate, a manufacturer encountering 3D printing relates his thoughts on what might happen. 
 
Lots, we think. 
 
Via Slate
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  1. This is just too cool. Saw the book ref, found it on Amazon, purchased and downloaded to my iPhone within minutes.

  2. This is just too cool. Saw the book ref, found it on Amazon, purchased and downloaded to my iPhone within minutes.

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