3d printed mini Audi car

Rapid Prototype of Toy Car

Its progressive advancements in multiple industries has already shown that 3D printing is a big hitter and continues to have the power to revolutionize the world we live in. Three dimensional printing is still in its early stages of progression and it will change the world we live in, in ways we can’t even begin to imagine.

If you were to mention the term 3D printer, people’s thoughts would easily turn to the making of toys, small trinkets, and plastic prototypes and rightfully so, as this is what the technology was initially used for when it first came on the scene. Today, however, these advanced printing systems are being used in ways that could never have been imagined in the past, but can now create things that are simply incredible.

All manner of things have been created recently, things like 3D printed food, cars, human tissue, customized prosthetics, and the list goes on. A lot of the products that have been created were made possible because of the multiple/different materials that are now available to use. The high-grade materials made to use with industrial printers and desktop 3D printers has meant that a wave of new high quality products are being created, and with it a higher level of quality services are available for us to use.

Society, as a whole, is being changed for the better. Industries around the world are looking at the examples set by this technology revolution and embracing it to better their own standards of product manufacturing.

The thing with 3D printing is that it is not a passing phase it seems more of an advancing technology that is growing in power and stature every single day.  In no way has 3D printing technology been pushed to its possible limits.

There is so much more to come from this technology and the early days of progress must never be forgotten. What we can expect is a future where the unthinkable is made possible, and the unimaginable made into reality, now possible because of 3D printing technology.

 

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