• CS

    What I love about Dr. Pearce’s approach to 3DP is that it’s not about making more and more stuff. It’s about using our heads to make stuff smarter or maybe not even make new stuff at all. Recycling, upcycling, renewable resources, etc all in the service of humanity because technology is created for man, not man for technology. Bravo Dr. Pearce and keep up the great work! We’re all routing for you!

    • Sebastian Rosca

      The more stuff you make, the more ideas you get. And the more people you will inspire. I am not talking about mass production, but lots of new and unique 3d prints are a big step forward. Because if you do something, there is always gonna be a guy that says… hey I can improve this. It has happened to me, and I’ve done it to others. And this is what’s beautiful about 3d printing. That you can take designs and push them further. But if no designs exist, we would have to start from scratch. The airplane is perfecting itself for more than 100 years and it’s still not at the end of the cycle. The sooner you spark an idea, the better, because it will be perfected.