Gallery: Fabrication Revolution

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"The next-generation digital fabrication products on the market now, such as the RepRap, the MakerBot, the Ultimaker, the Pop-Fab, and the MTM Snap, sell for thousands of dollars assembled or hundreds of dollars as parts. Unlike the digital fabrication tools that came before them, these tools have plans that are typically freely shared, so that those who own the tools (like those who owned the hobbyist computers) can not only use them but also make more of them and modify them." -- Neil Gershenfeld, "How to Make Almost Anything"
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