Let’s talk about 3D Printing
Over the years, 3D printing has become one of the most practical manufacturing techniques. Currently, most of the demand for 3D printing is industrial in nature or requested by inventors.
The first patent for a 3D printer was issued to Charles Hull in 1986. Hull went on to start the first 3D printing company. As a result, many industries have evolved; There are now advances in aerospace, prosthetics, replicating ancient artifacts, reconstructing fossils, constructing evidence in forensic pathology, and creating dental maquettes. Ultimately, creating a wide range of opportunities and a variety of applications in multiple industries.
How does it work? 3D printing builds objects one layer at a time from a specialized 3D file. This process focuses on transforming the digital image of a product into a real-life version. The detail and accuracy are what make it a desirable alternative for these industries.
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