If we are to see a third industrial revolution borne out of the up-and-coming technology of 3D printing, many ideologies must change. Industrial leaders must realize that 3D printing won’t just completely replace more traditional methods overnight. Upgrading machinery, and machine practices throughout industry is a gradual process. There are workers who must be trained, and funds that must be raised in order to slowly move in a new direction.
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3D Printing gives historic car a new lease of life
This video shows how a damaged 1912 car engine was remanufactured in a matter of weeks, using 3D scanning and 3D printing by 3Dealise. 3Dealise is the largest 3D sand printing centre in northern Europe and uses the largest and fastest 3D sand printer currently on the market – the ExOne S-Max with a build volume of 1800 x 1000 x 700 mm (70 x 39 x 27 in.).