Need help with a diet? Or looking for a creative curriculum to bring into the classroom? 3D printing may be able to solve these problems
The applications for 3D printing are much discussed in the engineering, medicine and architecture sectors. But what about day-to-day life? Will the technology help people eat more healthy? Or maybe make fashion a fully-personalised industry?
In the coming years, is it feasible 3D printing be integrate with our lives in such a way that people will know longer know, or care, how the products were produced? If the technology is to truly become a successful industry, the best hope is that it inhabits the background of our lives because the novelty has worn off.
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