Kevlar 3D printing provider latest news. 3D printing is a relatively new technique in the manufacturing world. Let’s start with some examples, focusing on 3D printing applications in the modern world.
Every day, more schools are incorporating 3D printing methods into their curriculums. The benefits of 3D printing for education helps better prepare students for their future by allowing students to create prototypes without the need for expensive tooling. Students design and produce models they can actually hold. 3D printing bridges the gap from ideas and images on a page or screen, allowing for the creation of those ideas/images in the physical, 3-dimensional world.
Take a minute and think about what you were doing at 13 years old. If your answer is something like picking your nose and barely passing Algebra, prepare to feel very inadequate. The cyborg-glasses pictured above are a sort of DIY-Google Glass type of thing – created by a 13 year old. He 3D-printed the glasses frames and combined them with some other high-tech gear to create his very own pair for under $100.
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This is the reality of 3D printing today. Digital files of real things change hands with little or no control over who creates it or when it gets created. This is where the music industry was at the time of Napster. The difference today is how the major players are handling the loss of IP control. So far, the industries most affected by 3D printing have taken a step back and are looking at where everything is heading. That’s not to say they are not going after IP theft; plenty of companies actively remove offending models from sites like Thingiverse and others. It is the smart companies that see the future and want to be a big part of it.
Geoff is an industrial designer with ten years of product development service and mechanical design experience. He received his bachelors degree in Industrial Design from Philadelphia University, and has Solidworks and additive manufacturing certifications.