According to jpost.com,” About 40% of 3D printers worldwide are manufactured by Israeli companies. The new facility is the first of its kind in Africa—it relies on the latest 3D software for prototyping and includes twenty-three advanced 3D printing machines”.
The inauguration of the facility, Cameroon’s Education Minister Jacques Fame Ndongo thanked Israel and praised “the product of its ingenuity known since ancient times.” Israel’s Ambassador to Cameroon Ran Gidor expressed the hope that Cameroon will become “the Silicon Valley of Africa.”
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