Worldwide shipments of 3D printers are expected to grow 98% in 2015. When it comes to manufacturing, 3D printing has huge environmental benefits, such as reducing waste material. Also, production and assembly of a product can remain local which reduces transport costs. 3D printing will lead to fewer waste products as manufacturers will be able to produce any item sold as and when requested. Traditional manufacturing will be revolutionised as 3D printing technology can be used from anything like printing food to electronics. Eventually the 3D printer will be available to purchase for use in the home which will enable people to print tools, jewellery, toys, the possibilities are endless. Tej Kohli believes 3D printing has the capability to bring the developing world back into the global manufacturing loop.