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The worldwide market for 3D printers and its associated materials and services will grow to 202 billion by 2019 according to CanlysnbspnbspSupply chains are about to make a fundamental shift Where traditionally supply chains followed something like the SCOR model plan source make deliver return 3D printing is innovating that model and putting consumers in the driverrsquos seat
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Quite a few community colleges are developing curriculum and training for employees in the additive manufacturing field says a North Carolina economic development official as more 3D printing firms move to the state