Daniela Rosner, Jonathan Bean
In the summer of 2012, Cody Wilson was enjoying time off from his first year of law school at the University of Texas. Prior to that, four years of liberal arts education in college had provided him with no particular technical or design skills. But he was ready to change that. He had been reading about the recent emergence of consumer-ready 3-D printersprinters that, as we know, can produce tangible artifacts much like standard printers produce images. Three months, one Indiegogo pitch, and $20,000 later, he sent some files to a 3-D printer. What had this fledgling designer dreamed…
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