As technology gets faster, smaller and cheaper, we will move from large, centralized, high-carbon factories to flexible, decentralized, efficient in-home systems. Abundant energy will unlock new manufacturing methods: Electrified, automated, AI-driven machines will replace conventional mining, agriculture, manufacturing, and human labor. Carbon will become an economic resource, rather than a byproduct. Cells and enzymes will function as machines, enabling biomanufacturing and the dismantling of 19th century Industrial Revolutions. We will engineer our world with stated intent, while living organisms execute for us.