3D manufacturing for businesses.
Additive manufacturing processes, such as stereolithography and fused deposition modeling, are replacing traditional modeling methods.
Additive manufacturing allows designers and engineers to design highly complex components, including rocket and jet engines.
It is now possible for 3D printing to meet the challenges of reconstructive dentistry, such as mandibular reconstruction and lower arch implant rehabilitation.
With desktop 3D printers becoming more affordable, many schools are adopting them in the classrooms and training teachers on the use of these machines.
The innovative use of 3D printing in healthcare is already Improving patient care and experience as well as assisting surgeons in planning and communication.
Oil and Gas
Additive manufacturing simplifies the manufacturing of complex turbomachinery components. In this way, oil and gas companies are able to reduce costs and emission.