Now, even if we can speed up the pace for printing cars with 3-D printers, we still haven't fully solved the problem. This is a multi-part problem needing a multi-part solution. Hence, we'll need other tactics in order to make the passage of manufacturing items manually by human ingenuity to automatically using lightning-speed printers run smoothly. For example, the price on printing materials such as resin must dramatically drop in order to churn out a whole lot of items. Therefore, the price for 1 pound of printable material should be 10 cents. At this price level, companies such as Toyoto can balance their budget in a more successful manner and consumers can purchase at lower than current prices. In conjunction to this, a 2000 pound Toyota car unit should cost the manufacturer $200.00 in printing materials. Which is good news, because this should come out to $2.1024 billion in printable materials for 10.512 million car units. Moreover, this automaker will need some 21.024 billion pounds of printing material in order to make those 10.512 million units.
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