Tuesday, 15 September 2015

3D Printing

3D Printing is additive process of melting your printing material and layering it as per a CAD design and producing something that otherwise wouldn't exist. It is this process that enables you to print forms that would otherwise be difficult or unachievable by tradition methods of fabrication. 3D printing has enormous potential for the future and has already been implemented within the biomedical sphere to produce medical implants and robotic prosthetics. 3D printing gives back power to the consumer by letting the user decide how they want something to look function and feel. It is this power that is driving the maker movement and producing innovation like no other area.

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