Additive manufacturing makes it possible to begin to make a new product cost-effectively at small scales through 3D printing, and both change the product design and scale up its production in response to market acceptance. This means inventors of new products can be their own manufacturers, and it’s why inventors producing their own product is becoming a new category of manufacturer. Julia Hider recently visited an example: Maxwell June, maker of a new razor system for shaving. She and Peter Zelinski discuss what she found, and the reasons why additive manufacturing expands the possibilities for inventors.
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