Forbes: 2020: The Year Ahead in 3D (Printing)

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3D printing is coming of age. Not that long ago, we were still getting excited at machines that could print a model of our head, or a miniature replica of a famous building.

A few years later, new generation machines could print medical devices and implantable human body parts. Meanwhile, 3D printing technology for industry has also progressed very rapidly—and it’s a space to watch closely in 2020.

Additive manufacturing—the technical name for 3D printing—transforms the way we build objects, opening up a universe of new possibilities.

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