What China is doing with additive manufacturing

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China is quickly getting to grips with 3D printing and is applying the technology in a pragmatic way. Rapid prototyping and mould-making for casting metal items are two examples. Scientists are also printing some very large items directly, such as titanium fuselage frames for their commercial-aircraft programme. Chinese officials also get the maker movement and what it could do for future entrepreneurs. It will be fascinating to see where this leads. Full story here:

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