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A Credit Suisse research team led by Jonathan Shaffer has revised the firm's 2016 projection for the market up 357%, to $800 million from $175 million.
The reason: overlooked opportunities among consumers and "pro-sumers," which Shaffer defines as engineers, architects and educators.
3-D printing and additive manufacturing are basically used interchangeably to describe printing readymade objects and components from your own office or home, short-circuiting the normal, capital-intensive industrial production process.
Shaffer explains how this technology could gain widespread use:
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