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As the price continues to drop on 3-D printers, TechShops spring up across the country and VCs start getting interested, the “maker movement” or “DIY movement” is gaining steam.
The “maker movement” is attracting the attention of the venture capital community, as Alexandra Dean of Bloomberg Businessweek reported in February. In this photo, Duncan Frazier of Bit Banger Labs, from left, Peter Semmelhack, chief executive officer of Bug Labs Inc., Amol Sarva, chief executive officer of Peek, and Bre Pettis, co-founder of 3-D printer-maker MakerBot Industries, participate in a panel discussion at the TechCrunch Disrupt NYC 2012 conference in New York on May 23, 2012. Jennifer S. Altman/Bloomberg