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There isn’t an industry on Earth that won’t be touched, and potentially transformed, by the maturation of 3D printing technology. But for this to happen, additive manufacturing has to migrate from the hobbyist’s desktop to factory floors all across the world.
We can expect manufacturing to change in many ways over the coming years, and 3D printing is at the heart of some of the most exciting of these developments. In particular, manufacturing-as-a-service, or MaaS, is coming into its own thanks to advances in 3D printing.
The 3D printing revolution is well underway.
When is it best to use 3D printing to create a prototype, and when is CNC machining a better choice?
Manufacturing is embracing 3D printing, due to the vast number of choices for materials.