Becoming even more relevant in increasing industries, 3D Printers have been on the rise for several decades now. Tracing its roots, 3D printing systems were initially developed for the one-off manufacturing and prototyping industries. But today, it has provided more innovative applications rather than replicating or providing samples of specific models and prototypes. This quick prototype creation process has enabled rapid design changes, easy inventory management, and reduces warehouse space that can ultimately save companies large amounts of time, effort, and spending. 3D printing is economically and ecologically smart as well due to its avoidance of subtractive processes which wastes more raw materials as they’re being cut to produce the item.
Because of their practicality, people have started adding 3D Printers as a basic need in their homes. And why not? 3D Printers offer so many advantages not just in the manufacturing industry, but in the educational and residential applications as well.