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eBook: The Future of 3D Printing

3D printing is currently being integrated into mainstream manufacturing for applications such as tooling, prototyping and end parts. However, new developments are already underway which hint at the future of additive manufacturing (AM)’s potential.

New plastic and metal AM technologies herald a future of low-cost parts made on-demand, while robotic innovations aim to further automate 3D printing for use in the factory. Exciting applications, including 3D printing micromotors, organic tissue and objects in space, even suggest the ability to bring science fiction into reality.

In this 103-page eBook, you will learn about new technologies in:
  • 3D printing plastics
  • 3D printing carbon fiber
  • 3D printing electronics
  • 3D printing metals
  • 3D printing with robotic arms
  • 3D printing in space, at the micro level and with organic tissues

About the Author:

Michael Molitch-Hou is an Associate Managing Editor for ENGINEERING.com and the subject expert for the site’s 3D printing section. Michael previously served as Editor-in-Chief of 3D Printing Industry and has covered additive manufacturing technology day in and day out since 2012, with hundreds of articles to his credit. He is also the founder of The Reality Institute.

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