3D Printing — Barriers to Adoption (Part 1)

An interesting and stimulating article (series) by Rachel Park
In my inaugural post for ENGINEERING.com, I referred to 3D printing as ”a more inclusive, accessible industrial tool for product development.” This was in relation to the original rapid prototyping technologies of the early 90s. The intervening years have seen costs come down in terms of price/performance ratios and developments with processing capabilities and materials that have opened up a whole raft of applications for industrial users.

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Source: engineering.com

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