3-D Printing Sporks

3-D Printing Sporks

The rise of 3-D printing heralds the new Maker Revolution, dawn of a new era of post-industrial digital manufacturing. Or something.

So what do Americans and Germans want to print? Sporks.

And the French? Haute Couture, bien sûr.

Related:

“The spork’s weird history,” Bee Wilson, Salon

“The Maker Economy Won’t Be As Massive As Expected,” Hod Lipson and Melba Kurman, Big Think

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