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Aerospace organizations such as NASA use 3D Printing to make essential parts on the International Space Station.
Fully functional parts and chassis components have been successfully 3D printed for the automotive industry
Culinary Arts is a learning, collaboration, and exploration space, where chefs, mixologists, and food innovators experience the intersection of their traditional craft and 3D printing.
Medical professionals use 3D printers to make prosthetic limbs such as arms, hands, legs for patients. They can also use a special type of 3D Printer or bioprinter that prints with living cells to build functional organs such as hearts, ears, kidneys, blood vessels, skin and bones to save patients’ lives.
Engineers use 3D Printing for producing physical components during their design and prototyping processes.
Highly customized clothing can be 3D printed to suit your personal taste.
3D printing enables companies to do rapid manufacturing—making all types of products that can be used in daily life, although in relatively smaller batches than major production lines.
Construction companies can use large robotic-like 3D printers to print a whole house from a combination of cement, sand, and other materials in under 24 hours. These houses are fully functional too, with electricity, plumbing, roofs, and windows.
Finishing & Post-Processing 3D Printed Designs
Here is a section with different 3d printing post-processing methods. Treating, refining and painting 3d printed objects helps you get beautifully smooth art-work.