INFOGRAPHIC: Handmade vs. Factory Made

Exploring the time and cost savings of modern manufacturing.

The fact that an item was handmade—or “handcrafted” if you want to sound extra-fancy—is often used as a selling point. The implication is that objects made with modern manufacturing techniques are somehow less valuable than those which are not. 

But is that really true?

Bid-on-Equipment has created an infographic that explores the economic impact of making everyday objects by hand, versus making them with machines.

Check it out:

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