In this the second of two parts, Will Sampson talks with Leland Thomasset of Taghkanic Woodworking in Pawling, New York, about an exciting new venture using augmented reality technology and distributed manufacturing to sell custom home office furniture delivered in as little as two weeks. In this episode, Leland shares the details of how the Baru furniture venture works. Will shares thoughts on the trend for taking manufacturing out of big factories and handing it over to small shops.
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