This 3D-printing company printed a life-size replica of its cofounder

You'll never be able to guess which is which.

Voodoo Manufacturing cofounder Jonathan Schwartz (left), Fauxnathan Schwartz (right). (Photo via Instagram)

Voodoo Manufacturing added a fifth cofounder yesterday — by 3D-printing a replica of the toy-loving Jonathan Schwartz.
The Bushwick-based 3D-printing company has remained successful, even when the alma mater of the founders, MakerBot, has struggled. If two heads are better than one, five are better than four, so perhaps the secret to their success is to just keep printing cofounders until the ideas stream out of the company like so much filament onto a platform.

Companies: Voodoo Manufacturing
Series: Brooklyn

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