There has been plenty of hype recently about the wonders of three-dimensional printing — a fast-emerging technology that one day may be able to reproduce any object, from an instrument for sublime music (a Stradivarius violin) to a potential weapon of death (a bullet-firing gun).
But 3-D printing machines can do more than produce objects. They could change the future of the world’s cities, perhaps dramatically. With 3-D, cities may well once again be the world’s manufacturing workshops.
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