In engineering school in the late 80’s, I was required to take drafting class my freshman year -“rotate that pencil to make consistent lines.” By my senior year, the university purchased something mind blowing - it was CAD/CAM. This attests to my experience and unfortunately my age, but it was the disruption caused by the digitization of the engineering process that left an impression. Instead of taking a more traditional path as a freshly minted engineer, I was fortunate to land at an innovative computer graphics company in Alabama called Intergraph. At that time, Intergraph was a leader in the application of computer graphics and was disrupting the engineering industry. It was an interesting time and demonstrated how digital technologies could transform industries. I have many stories of trying to teach old school draftsmen(drafts people I guess would be the correct term) and machinists how to adopt this new paradigm. This was the advent of Industry 3.0.