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What Does 3D Printing Mean?
3D printing is a manufacturing process through which three-dimensional (3D) solid objects are created. It enables the creation of physical 3D models of objects using a series of additive or layered development framework, where layers are laid down in succession to create a complete 3D object.
Applications of 3D Printing
1) Automobile manufacturing
3D printing is used in the car manufacturing industry so as to create the prototype of various parts to test the durability of the design. It is of great help when creating customized cars.
The various medical aids such as hearing devices, prosthetics are largely developed by using 3D printing technology. This has made the production of such devices much easier without much involvement of manual labor.
3) Drone Manufacturing
The drone has always fascinated experts from every field but due to its limited production, difficult repairing and availability of spare parts, the concept was very limited for adoption. The 3D technology has overcome this barrier which allows the users to produce spare parts with just one click from a list of predesigned parts. Hence the users are able to customize their drone equipment with their creativity as per their requirements.