A young South African and his business partner have developed a cheaper computer numerical control machine that creates prototypes for computers and cellphones. The machine also prints in 3D. It's global equivalent costs just about 27,000 dollars but the young man and his business partner have managed to build the same machine for a fraction of that price. CGTN's Yolisa Njamela has the story.

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