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A new industrial age is being built on sensors, 3D printing and the cloud

Inventive minds are finding all the tools they need to make physical products at low cost Before the Revolutionary War, sheets of tin imported from England were fashioned by people working at home into plates, cups and candle holders. A prototype of the device, called the Flood Beacon, cost about $700 to make and be can positioned to measure water depth. Read More...

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