Culture | How 3D printing could disrupt Asia's manufacturing economies
San Diego based Formalloy shows a 3D printed metal piece, printed in roughly 90 minutes by their A222 Laser Metal Deposition system, at the Frontier Tech Forum, in December 2016. Photo: DPA
San Diego based Formalloy shows a 3D printed metal piece, printed in roughly 90 minutes by their A222 Laser Metal Deposition system, at the Frontier Tech Forum, in December 2016. Photo: DPA

How 3D printing could disrupt Asia’s manufacturing economies

The Ford assembly line, perfected over 100 of years, is set for a change with the arrival of additive technology

January 15, 2017 10:38 AM (UTC+8)
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