This article from Cornell University comes via the science news website

There has been experiments in micro-fabrication, creating products using small table-top machines with advanced features. With the invention of a “fabber” by Cornell University professor Hod Lipson, the potential for a literal revolution in “micro-production” seems limitless.

Distributism believes in small businesses and co-operatives over big business. Such advances in small scale manufacturing can held to rebuild manufacturing in areas devastated by “free trade” policies of national governments. America’s industrial base, taken apart and shipped overseas on purpose, can come back to life via efforts like this. Third World countries seeking freedom from dependence on Western or Sino-Russian industrialism can look to projects like this to build an industrial backbone.

This is heavenly news. Distributists should be thankful for this and spread the good news.


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