3D Printing
How 3D printing is democratising manufacturing

3D printing, or additive manufacturing, goes beyond the capability of printing in the traditional sense of ink on paper. It is a technique in which a digital file is converted to a tangible object. In the last couple years, 3D printing has made headlines around the world, spawned entirely new industries and revolutionised the way manufacturers develop new designs and even produce end-use products. Let's take a dive in the future of 3D printing.

3D printing is revolutionising industries

3D printing allows companies and individuals to rapidly prototype ideas for new parts or products and also promises to cut down costs on the creation of products through savings in supply-chains, product waste and storage. The benefits of 3D printing are likely to revolutionise many industries, like the automotive, food, aerospace, and healthcare industries.