The medical industry has been at the forefront of using 3D printing technology to create patient-specific devices and implants. For example, medical professionals have used 3D printing to create custom orthopedic implants and prosthetic limbs, as well as surgical guides and models for pre-surgical planning. In addition to the medical industry, other industries such as aerospace and automotive are also adopting industrial 3D printing for applications such as rapid prototyping and tooling.
The article also highlights the growing trend of using sustainable and biodegradable materials for 3D printing. With increased awareness of the environmental impact of plastics, many companies are exploring alternative materials such as cellulose, starch, and plant-based plastics for 3D printing.The article showcases the wide range of applications and advancements in industrial 3D printing, as well as the potential for this technology to revolutionize various industries.
Geoff Giordano | Mar 10, 2022.