The amazing world of 3D printing has outgrown its embryonic stage and is now finding inventive and useful applications across all industries. No more are 3D printed objects created solely as experimental prototypes but manufactured as finished products. Both time and money are saved in the efficient production of items for industries as varied as apparel, automotive, medical, construction and art and craft supplies. Some of the medical uses include the creation of living tissues, pcustom jaw, skull and hip implants.
3D Printing Helps Save and Separate Conjoined Texas Twins
(To get right to the final result, start the video at 3:40)
The President, in 3D
Photo: http://www.wired.com/2013/03/new-balance-3d-printed-shoes/ CC