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Ultimaker 2 Review (Large Format 3D Printer)

Ultimaker 2 Review (Large Format 3D Printer)

3D printing (also known as additive manufacturing) is the process of making three-dimensional solid objects from digital designs. With the number of desktop 3D printers sold annually expected to grow by an amazing 750% by 2019, combined with the rapid increase in the number of different machines available on the market over the last two years, its clear many consumers are simply becoming overwhelmed.

At3D Printing Supplieswe aim to remove any confusion around this wonderful technology, and simply provide a range of the top quality 3D printing supplies in each category, reviews and information to make your 3D print purchase easy.

The quick answer is that some of the worlds largest corporations have plans already in place to begin using 3D printing, if they dont already do so.

Boeing has not only filed apatentfor 3D-printed aircraft parts, Nathan Hulings confirmed as at March 2015 more than 20,000 non-metallic additive manufactured parts were already being used on Boeing aircraft (including 150 on the F/A-18 Super Hornet). Source:GeekWire

Even Amazon has apatentin place for Providing Services Related to Item Delivery via 3D Manufacturing on Demand and the patent specifically states an example of providing products using a 3D manufacturing apparatus [108] located in a warehouse or on a truck owned by the service provider.

The 3D print industry is set to explode and become an everyday part of our lives, much like the internet now is. Please follow the link if you wish to see our recommendations for thebest home 3D printerscurrently available now, or select from our3D printing suppliescategories above.

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