How 3D printing is (and isn't) like nanotechnology: A value chain assessment

During last week's 3D printing webinar, we received several inquiries during the Q&A session on comparing and contrasting 3D printing to nanotechnology. At first glance, there are certainly a number of obvious parallels between today's hype around 3D printing and the early days of (commercial) na...

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