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The action or process of making a physical object from a three-dimensional digital model, typically by laying down many thin layers of a material in succession.‘if you use 3D printing for prototypes you will simply be able to go to market faster’
- ‘One of the most surprising fields that 3D printing has made an impact on is animation.’
- ‘3D printing was initially a solution looking for a problem.’
- ‘He is predicting that advances in 3D printing are coming along a lot faster than most of us would expect, and they might become quite common much sooner than most people predicted.’
- ‘3D printing is revolutionising the way we make things: in the motor and aviation industries complex parts are already made more cost-effectively, and soon it will be available in the home.’
- ‘Perhaps with the new technological advancements we are starting to witness (AI, 3D printing, advanced robotics, etc.) a new era for mankind can be forged.’
- ‘Rapid prototyping has gotten lots of attention as it has advanced from simple 3D printing to instant manufacturing.’
- ‘There are vast logistics for 3D printing to tackle in order to challenge the supply chain in such a way.’
- ‘Supercharged growth is a sign that the 3D printing industry is already transforming.’
- ‘Actually, the idea of Escher having access to computer-assisted design and 3D printing is almost scary.’
- ‘Other barriers to 3D printing have also dropped.’
- ‘For example, the "SmartGeometry" workshop guided participants through the process of generating complex geometric designs and physically building them via "3D printing" or laser cutting.’
- ‘An additional reverse-engineering trend is the high-tech world of 3D printing using yet another neutral file format, STL.’
- ‘If 3D printing is something that excites you, get ready for a rush.’
- ‘As a manufacturing process, 3D printing is what is known as an "additive" technology.’
- ‘And so there's now 3D printing for office applications in addition to machines for the factory floor.’
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