Additive vs subtractive manufacturing throw down
Additive manufacturing has been deservedly billed as one of the cornerstones of the next industrial revolution. Yet more traditional core subtractive manufacturing processes are largely responsible for, oh, say the entirety of modern civilization for one. But which manufacturing technology will dominate the autonomous cars, hyperloops (not to be confused with the breakfast cereal), and plasma drives of the future? It’s high time to settle this once and for all. Don some safety glasses and roll out your CNC milling machines and your 3D printers into the alley. Things are going to get ugly.
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