3DprintAid contest wants to help poor people improve their everyday lives

By on June 21, 2014
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A truly interesting contest, launched by a group of Italian companies working with Making and Design:

“3DPRINTforAID” project has been set up bearing in mind that the spread of 3D printing technologies will lead to a third or fourth “industrial revolution”. 3D printing is now taken seriously by manufacturers as an alternative to cutting, bending, pressing and moulding things. It is also a popular hobby among those of a geeky disposition. What it has not been used for so far is to help poor people improve their everyday lives.

via 3DprintAid – Thingarage.

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