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Home : The Personal Desktop Fabricator Kit

@inproceedings{Malone2006HomeT,
  title={Home : The Personal Desktop Fabricator Kit},
  author={E. Malone and Hod Lipson},
  year={2006}
}
Solid freeform fabrication has the potential to revolutionize manufacturing, perhaps even to allow consumers to customize and manufacture goods cost-effectively in their own home. At present, the florescence of the technology is limited by a “chicken and egg” paradox. There is insufficient consumer demand and too narrow a range of applications for SFF systems to allow mass production to reduce their cost and complexity. At the same time, consumer applications for, demand for, and indeed… Expand

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