Most of us have heard about 3d printing in some way or another. With multiple advancements being made daily it’s clear to see that this type of printing is growing in stature and in popularity. This progression of 3D printing product creation at a much faster rate than traditional methods is making it where many manufacturing giants are quickly embracing it.
Three-dimensional printing holds the capabilities of a paradigm shift in the manufacturing industry, rocking its core, by its impressive abilities. More quality products on the market; faster product development, opportunity for reverse engineering old products for improvement, less waste, and less costs, making it more favorable than previous processes.
Traditional manufacturing may be on its way out as companies look to benefit on the rewards that come from using 3D printers. The fact that they can print off high quality products at a fraction of the time and cost in comparison to past methods is what is making this technology more appealing to businesses throughout the world.
The great thing about three-dimensional printing is that it makes the news nearly every day, concerning new inventive ways in which it is being used.
Equipment such as the Foodini might put fear into some of the world’s head chefs; watch this brief video to see why?
The Foodini is the world’s first 3D printer that actually prints edible food. Tubes connected to the printer need to be filled up with the ingredients needed to make the food. It is currently an early prototype, but is still capable of printing some types of food.
Do the head chef’s around the globe need to start looking for new job, for the time being—no! However, just to what levels will 3d printed food and the technology connected with it be embraced both in home kitchens, and in restaurants, as this technology advances and progresses to higher levels of quality?