According to Dr. Aleksandra Gadzala, head of research at The Singularity Group and an expert in 3D printing in Africa, “just in time, I hesitate to say [3D printing in Kenya] will leapfrog to any industrialization. Kenya can do 3D printing. The question is…. Is it just a short term stopgap?…Or is it scalable?”
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