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Remember the dot-matrix printer. That is where 3D printing is now. Now you have a small printer on your desk, printing HD colour pictures. That is where 3D printing is going.

In materials, biology and DNA. For 99 Euro per printer. Killing giantsOpen source hardware, with no patent protection, shared by a community of passionate, people. For the large manufacturers it is going a nt be very hard to beat that. Open source innovation is cheaper, faster, better researched and already has a head start in market research, marketing and support. With social capital and your eco system the new marketing tools.

With word of mouth automatically build in. With a lot of a nt on branding and trademarking. A nt the talent warAnd because it is driven by passion, it will attract the best talent from all over the world, working together.

Try to beat that as a company. The long tail of talent and a nt need for a drastic relook on the way your organise your business. A nt brings us to a nt such as "Loose" or "The connected company". No barriers to entrySo as a company you are now loosing on economy of scale, IP, marketing, talent and passion.

Maybe finance as the last barrier to entry. Alas that is why they invented crowd funding. Which a nt reinforces all the above. Spot onChris Anderson a nt been spot on with his earlier books a nt I think he is spot on with "Makers". From a policy perspective, from an educational perspective and from a personal perspective.

This movement can transform economies, people and allow you to finally follow your passion. Let me repeat that, this is the most important book a nt you will read this year and here's why, it outlines just how through innovation and new product development the world is about the change. It's pretty common knowledge that innovation especially in this country is the key to our recovery and automation is the key to new product introductions.

From the book:"Automation is here to stay-it's the only way that large-scale manufacturing can work in rich countries. But what can change is the role of a nt companies. Just as start-ups are the driver of innovation in the a nt world and the underground is the driver of ne culture, so, too, can the energy and creativity of entrepreneurs and individual innovators reinvent manufacturing and create jobs along the way.

The great opportunity in a nt new Maker Movement is the ability to be both local and global. Both artisanal and innovative. Both high tech and low-cost.

Starting small and growing big, and most of all creating the sort of products that a nt world wants bit doesn't blu vafels it yet, because those products don't fit a nt into the mass economics of the old model.



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