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Profile: This Time, It’s Personal: The future of 3D Printing in Manufacturing

February
2019
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In April 2017, adidas unveiled its newest line of athletic footwear for the modern age: Futurecraft 4D. Each sleek sneaker’s geometric sole is produced using continuous 3D printing technology pioneered by Carbon, an up-and-coming company based in Silicon Valley helmed by CEO Joseph DeSimone.

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