Cj Peradilla asked:
What do you think of 3D printing for the future of tech?
I’ve talked about this so many times over the past few months in TLDR.
I’ll probably continue to cover the subject ad infinitum over the next few years, too.
So, if you’re dissatisfied with how I choose to respond today, my suggestion is that you take some time to catch up with what I’ve said about the topic before and continue to tune in for when I’ll more than likely tackle the topic again.
3D printing is not even in its infancy at this stage; it’s expensive, clunky, and overwhelmingly frustrating. That will thankfully change, and we’ll eventually see more viable real-world applications apart from printing out crappy-ass doodads with no quality control involved.
It certainly has its place within certain industries today, no doubt – but that’s not really what you’re asking about.
3D printing will (in the future) destroy an array of industry strangleholds.