3D Printing can be a household thing in near future. No doubt, you might have heard about 3D Printing more often nowadays. The technology is deemed to be a catalyst for another industrial revolution. The days when 3D printing will be used for mass productions in manufacturing sector may not be far. 3D Printing, which has been in the industry since the late 1980s, earlier more popular by the term Additive Printing, is bound to leap beyond modelling and prototyping application.
Figure1: MakerBot 3D Printer for Rapid Prototyping
How Does 3D Printing Works?
Why Should You Take Interest in 3D Printing?
Figure 4: MakerBot 3D Printer for Rapid Prototyping