The future of 3D printing has never been brighter, thanks to the growing pace of adoption and the promise it holds for revolutionising processes across a variety of industries.
The technology has proven to be invaluable for producing more accurate models, operating with a high degree of precision as well as delivering printing capabilities on demand — but a large part of its historical use — (55% of respondents in one survey) — has been in prototyping and testing. The unique ability of 3D printers to construct precise and intricate shapes faster and more efficiently than a manual process represents a compelling point for companies eager to fabricate concepts, models, and bases for existing components. Constant refinement and technological progress have helped 3D printing come a long way over the past few years, expanding its applications and use cases. Even in the test lab, innovations are […]
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