3D printing means:
Flexibility and customisation: 3D printing enables the production of customised objects, tailored to individual needs and customer preferences.
Time and cost savings: 3D printing reduces the time and costs required to produce objects by eliminating traditional production processes.
High accuracy: 3D printing enables the production of parts with high precision and geometric complexity.
Rapid prototyping: 3D printing enables rapid prototyping, which is essential in the product development process.
Durability: 3D printing reduces material waste because only the quantities needed to produce the part are used.
Applications of 3D printing include: Medical industry, Aerospace industry, Automotive industry, Manufacturing industry, Fashion industry, Scientific research