3D printing is disrupting the way we source products and do business around the world. What was once viewed as a distant possibility is now very much a reality. Companies across all industries should be looking at how they can leverage 3D printing to improve processes and stay competitive.
Logistics company UPS, for example, is already investing heavily in 3D printing in anticipation of its effects on the logistics industry. NASA and the U.S. Army are exploring the use of 3D printing to print food in space and customized food for soldiers. Other smart companies will follow suit or risk going out of business.