3-D printing is a hot term right now, and it sure makes for some fun YouTube videos and interesting prototypes, but where is it’s “transformative” effect being felt today? Where is it most likely to gain traction in the coming five years?

In this episode, we talk to Jeremy Fryer-Biggs, co-founder of Mebotics, a personal 3-D printer company, specifically about 3-D printings present and future impact on work and life.

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