The Golden Age of 3D Printing: Innovations Changing the Industry #3DPrinting

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The Golden Age of 3D Printing Innovations Changing the Industry ArchDaily

This interesting article from Arch Daily goes over some advancements in 3D printing. From unique materials, techniques and subjects, its clear 3D printing is primed to hit it’s stride.

3D printing itself is no longer a new technology, but that hasn’t stopped researchers and innovators around the world from coming up with new applications and opportunities. Some experiments with new materials have been driven by sustainability concerns and others are simply the result of imagination and creativity. Others have chosen to invest their time utilizing more traditional materials in new ways. Materials, however, are just the beginning. Researchers have developed new processes that allow the creation of objects that were previously impossible to print and, on a larger scale, new building typologies are being tested – including a Mars habitat!

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