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When it comes to 3D printing there are many advantages. Here are a few of the top advantages we identified.
*Companies reduce the time-to-market: Plain and simple, 3D printing brings concepts into reality a lot faster than possible in the past. Which means that new ideas develop faster than ever. Being able to 3D print a concept the same day it was designed shrinks development from months to a matter of days in many cases. This gives companies a strong tool in their fight to stay ahead of the competition.
*Money is saved: Prototyping is often an expensive cost of doing business. Well, the price is slashed when the prototype is created using 3D printing technology instead of traditional parts and machinery.
*Creators can mitigate risk: Being able to verify a design before making costly investments in parts, molding tools, and manufacturing is a huge advantage for companies, manufacturers, entrepreneurs, and designers of all sorts.
*You can build your imagination: If you can imagine it you can very likely build it with 3D printing. With this technology a person can indeed print practically anything they imagine after drawing it up virtually. An idea, concept or invention can go from a mere thought to a real world creation in a very short time.
*The limitations of standard machinery no longer exist: Square holes? No problem… The limitations of standard machine tools have notoriously hindered design and innovation for years. Well not anymore. With 3D printing geometry that has historically been difficult or even impossible to build is relatively easy now. Holes that change direction, square interior cavities, unrealistic overhangs. Not a problem anymore.
These are just a few of the advantages of 3D printing, but there are somany more. To sum it up: The advantages are nearly innumerable.
This is one of the industries many 3D printing enthusiasts are most excited about. The theory is that 3D printing will change the world of medicine and medical practice forever.
We are already beginning to see some evidence of this.
On October 24, 2014, a five year old girl born without fully formed fingers on her left hand became the first child in the UK to have a prosthetic hand made with 3D printing technology. The hand was created by US-based organization E-nable. So far they have distributed 400 3D printed hands to children.
We’ve also seen titanium knee implants created for dogs using 3D printing technology. Over 10,000 were distributed in the first year.
But there’s so much more. Here a bullet list of a few other notable medical advancements as the result of this technology:
*In February 2015, the FDA approved marketing of a surgical bolt that facilitates less invasive foot surgery and eliminates the need to drill through the bone altogether.
*In 2013 scientist in China began printing ears, livers, and kidneys, with living tissue using specialized 3D bio printers.
*In 2013 an83 year old Belgium woman successfully received a 3D printed jaw bone implant.
*In August 2015 the first 3D manufactured pill was approved by the FDA. The pill was created to allow the absorption of drugs faster and at higher doses.
As can be seen by the examples above. Medical breakthroughs due to 3D printing technology is a growing trend that appears to be accelerating.
We are seeing 3D printing of robots, laptops, firearms, toys, and even chocolate. When it comes to 3D printing the advantages for hobbyists is that you can really create or duplicate nearly anything fast and cheap. What’s there not to love? That rare toy you always wanted but can’t find? 3D print it. You love hunting but that rare rifle is too expensive? 3D print it. Even the art world is joining in on the fun, with many art exhibits now displaying art created by 3D printers.
It’s fast, it’s cheap, the possibilities are almost limitless.
When machinery turns into a button press the world as we know it has changed forever. With 3D printing, it appears that that moment is approaching us. What industry will this technology revolutionize next? What invention will be born? It seems that as time goes on, only our imaginations will be the limitations. 3D printing will play a key role in this new world we are preparing to embark on.