3D printing in metal has really begun to take off within the manufacturing space. …mehr lesen »
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As the 3D printing industry grows, so do connections between businesses.
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Baltimore, MD-based RePliForm comes on strong not just as a great company focused on offering customized services to their 3D printing customers, but also quite literally in terms of what they can add to your 3D printed models.
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3D printing is indeed causing a transformation in manufacturing from aerospace to automotive, and far beyond, as well as offering previously unheard of independence for solo designers who can now take the initiative to prototype at will and even establish their own mini-manufacturing setups from the desktop and workshop. These days even young kids can make their own 3D printed toys after reading related bedtime stories or seeing a movie; gamers can 3D print and paint figurines, as well as comprehensive and very creative cosplay garb.
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