Indy startup sees green in cheaper 3D printing

Human, Dan
May 2013
Indianapolis Business Journal;5/27/2013, Vol. 34 Issue 13, p3
The article focuses on small business 3D Parts Manufacturing in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana. 3D Parts was launched by founder Kim Brand, his son Adam Brand, and longtime business partner Alan Michel. 3D Parts offers prototyping and additive manufacturing of digital designs called 3D printers which takes the place of the traditional screwing and gluing parts together.


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