The maker movement is inspired by a powerful do-it-yourself drive, combined with innovation, and the sense that anything is possible. Can you imagine how far corporations would go with that drive?
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The maker movement has gotten the bulk of its attention from hobbyists, garage makers, and educators. But making is also incredibly powerful for fostering growth, flexibility, and the innovative spark among small and large businesses alike.
We're going to look at why IT pros need to know how to use shop tools, how 3D printing has opened the door to making, and how the pandemic has made it necessary.