How 3D printing is set to shake up manufacturing supply chains
Daina Lawrence / December 1, 2014 / www.theglobeandmail.com
The invention of 3D printers back in the 1980s was originally used for making basic polymer objects. Since then 3D printing has come a very long way, now with the ability to manufacture a variety of things anywhere from aircraft parts to human organs. This new low cost manufacturing tool has revolutionize manufacturing and being adopted more and more causing a change-up in manufacturing supply chains and logistic processes.