(1888 PressRelease) The Future of Personal Fabricators for Homes in 2016.
Chad Ian Lieber is known for venturing out of his domain that is search engine optimization. He recently talked about personal fabricators for homes.
Chad Lieber stated that, “Technology wise, we are approaching a point where one machine will be able to make any machine.” This has become possible through use of cheap space and time. With only a few thousand dollars, you can get a table-top milling machine that can measure its position to a micron, so you are able to fabricate circuit boards and other structures of modern technology for components in advanced packages. You can get a 50-cent micro controller to resolve time down to less than a microsecond, which is faster than anything you may want to measure in a microscopic world.
According to Neil Gershenfeld who runs the MIT Center for Bits and Atoms, personal fabricators are not only mechanical structures, but also fully functioning systems that include sensing, actuation, logic, and display.
Many people have described the use of personal fabricators as democratization of manufacturing. According to Chad Lieber, this will undoubtedly revolutionize the means of production, design, and distribution of material goods and it will create a new class of producers and creators.
Today, there are already big databases of blueprints and there is increased access to digital fabrication software and tools. Chad Ian stated that, ‘Like the transition from mainframes to PCs, capabilities of machine tools will become accessible to the ordinary man in the form of personal fabricators. Do-it-yourselfers and those in the creative industries are particularly excited about personal fabricators. These fabricators are also popular because a single price of an object can be used (instead of assembly of several parts), which leads to enhanced structural integrity.
So, how do personal fabricators work? A personal fabricator (PF) turns bits into atoms. It creates material objects from designs that are fed into a fabricator as a CAD (computer aided design) model. A stock material then builds its physical instance. The most common of these tools are CNC (computer-numeric controlled) mills, 3D printers, and laser cutters. Whereas a 3D printer cost over $45,000 in 2001, you can now get one from between $1000 and $10,000.
About Chad Ian Lieber:
Chad Ian Lieber is one of the best Internet Marketers in the United States at 6W. Presently, Chad oversees all business development, project management and customer service, including running the day-to-day operations of 6W New York City.
Chad has been experimenting, researching and implementing digital marketing strategies since 1999. He received his Bachelor’s degree from The University of Arizona and immediately began his professional digital marketing career.
After successfully developing a strategy division with a startup hosting and graphic design company, Chad Ian Lieber began pursuing the concept for the 6W Firm. His unique vision takes aspects of digital marketing, social, search and reputation, and integrates each equally into strategic monthly milestones.
Lieber has a passion for teaching and presenting his expert knowledge of the digital marketing industry with other professionals and has presented for numerous corporate organizations, associations and workforces across United States of America.
Chad Ian Lieberman currently resides in New York City, and enjoys playing golf, chess, swimming, fishing, networking and reading. His passion for entrepreneurship has led to a number of promising side projects and partnerships.
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