Screen shot from Instructables.com page about 3D technology and prosthetics.
While large businesses have begun using 3D printing and prototyping to streamline product development, tech hobbyists and other individuals are using the technology in revolutionary ways.
One of them is Bilal Ghalib, a youthful product development engineer and consultant with design-software maker Autodesk. Ghalib, whom I met at the San Francisco location of TechShop, a technology incubator space, is also the "lead instigator," as he puts it, of GEMSI, the Global Entrepreneurship and Maker Space Initiative.
Founded in 2011, GEMSI's goal is to establish so-called 'maker spaces' -- ...