In this wide-ranging discussion about the latest and next consumer and industrial applications for 3D printing, we examine (with Shapeway’s Carine Carmy and a16z’s Tom Rikert): how the software-driven ideal of product-market-fit may be achieved in physical products, too — with rapid prototyping through 3D printing; how the ability to manufacture on-demand changes traditional notions of seasonality and inventory management in product cycles and development; and how the long tail of 3-D printing means being able to have a market of 1.
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Welcome to my little niche of the Internet where I will be showing off some ideas and designs I have created. Sometime after I post these designs here, get feedback or criticism, I will be putting them up on my Shapeways shop so that anyone can purchase them and use them. 224 more words
The newly opened Library @ Orchard (http://www.nlb.gov.sg/VisitUs/BranchDetails/tabid/140/bid/337/Default.aspx?branch=library%40orchard%20) organized an event “Shape Your Imagination – A Talk on 3D Printing” on 10th November 2014 evening. 440 more words