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George Wiman looking intently into a 3D printer while holding a pair of tweezers
Those aren’t just tweezers, they’re FUTURE TWEEZERS!

I teach just one class, which is currently on hiatus: ACC 372, 3D Printing in Business. The class takes place in our 3D printing lab on upstairs, and it’s pretty cool.

Why is this a cool class? Because it deliberately thinks past the present. For all of human history, there’s only been two ways to make things: formative and subtractive manufacturing. With digital supply trains and additive manufacturing, entirely new business models are possible… and entirely new businesses.

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