The 3D Printing revolution is here and completely changing the way we design and make goods. Many companies are shifting towards 3D Printing technologies for their ability to reduce weight loads and save costs. But 3D Printing true advantages lie in its ability to create prototypes that facilitate rapid iterations of the product. Also, it has potential to drastically reduce the waste the often comes from industrial processes.
The capacity to produce components at a small scale and anywhere in the world makes possible the development of models for distributing components and spare parts, reducing the transportation costs and storage of finished pieces. The capacity to manufacture at a small scale makes it ideal for producing articles like customized prosthetics, enabling a critical component for advancing biomedicine.
The management of producing different materials, plastics, biodegradables, edibles, metallics, ceramic components, and so on facilitate the securing of products and ingredients that actually cannot be manufactured at a small scale.
A challenge from the digital ecosystem
The creation of new products and services from sustainable manufacturing components at a smaller scale.
To increase the competitiveness of locally manufacturing components in an effective manner to reduce costs and the storage and logistical hurdles often associated with it.
What I like about the digital world is the speed at which it progresses and the impact that projects can have