Imagine a world where you can materialize an idea into a tangible product. Imagine a technology where you can easily and accessibly manufacture your ideas and share your creation with the world. Enter 3D printing: an additive process where micro-thin layers of a given raw material (plastic, metal, etc.) are accumulated to build a finished product. Everything from industrial machines to custom shoes to prosthetic limbs can potentially be materialized with 3D printing technology. And ultimately, manufacturing can be decentralized and closer to the end-users to more efficiently create products that benefit those who use them. This means faster prototyping, unbounded innovation, reduced carbon footprint, and a world where people have greater accessibility to the products they need.
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