Improvements and cost cuts are set to bring 3D printing into the mass market and even your home in the very near future.
And when this happens? The possibilities are endless. 3D printing has the potential to transform your home, your car, and even your food. Which raises a very exciting question... What does the future of 3D printing look like?
The 1980s was a time for big hair, big computers and big music. But 3D printing? Not the obvious choice. Yet it was this busy decade that saw the emergence of the first 3D printing concepts. Fast forward thirty years and 3D printing has come a long way. From the humble beginnings of smaller printed items, this technology is now starting to make waves in a variety of industries - from medicine, housing and even food! We’ve compiled a list of 10 amazing things that have been 3D printed. Which one do you think is the best?
A Good customer wanted to share his prints with us off the Creality CR10. Yes, we were blown away too! Printed the attached pictures using your skin coloured filament using a CR-10 at .1 layer height. The model was sliced using Cura 2.7. Great filament will purchase more now my filament of choice.
We recently posted a piece about how 3D printing has revolutionised many of our furry friends' nine lives. Today we’re going to look at how this amazing jump in technology has changed the lives of those who have lost or were born without a limb, often with incredible results.
As with any skill, there are techniques and approaches that are seen as standard. Sometimes, these techniques are discovered, but if you’re lucky, you’ll be introduced to them by somebody with a little more experience in the craft.
To help you on your journey to expertise, we’ve compiled our list of top tips to help.
Bespoke items with a range of applications can be produced on a tailored basis with no dependence on industrial equipment. Many predict this will revolutionise the way we manufacture and produce certain items and tools, not least, medical equipment.
So here are five reasons to get excited about 3D printing revolutionising medicine: