The demand for 3D printing has moved from the test and trial phase to providing real solutions for differing industry needs.
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Innovative 3D printing technology, alongside archived images from the 1970s, were used to help Citycare restore Christchurch’s historic Sunnyside fountain to its former glory.
Packaging agency selects 3D Systems’ On Demand team for the delivery of true-to-life prototypes for glass and PET bottles.
Orora earns client buy-in on new beer bottle design using color-matched 3D printed appearance models with identical heft and hue of glass.
3D Systems On Demand Manufacturing helps packaging design firm achieve aesthetic and functional prototypes with clear SLA 3D printing.
3D Systems On Demand Manufacturing delivers durable and high quality detail 3D printed appearance model display.
Direct Metal Printing (DMP) is an additive manufacturing technology that allows for the production of metal parts with challenging geometries that would not be possible using traditional subtractive or casting technologies.
Despite the 3D printing manuals and how-tos in circulation around the world and on the web, the fact remains that many 3D printing rules are still mostly guidelines.
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