3D printing is another wave of innovation that is now evolving rapidly to dramatically increase efficiency in the supply chain by reducing the cost of production including labor, packaging, warehousing, transportation, fuel and more. All good for spending less and saving more, reducing the need for debt and related finance costs. But also hugely disruptive of many existing business models. Creative destruction is a key theme.
Size is no obstacle for this 3D printer pic.twitter.com/RgTudFmKZI
— Business Insider (@businessinsider) July 27, 2017