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Embracing 3D printing Mike Vasquez

By: Vasquez, Mike
Subject(s): Impresión 3D | Tecnologia de Fabricación | Tecnologia en 3D | Tecnología In: Mechanical Engineering Vol.137, No.8, 2015: páginas 42-45Abstract: A loot of companies realize that they need to implement advanced manufacturing technologies, but they haven´t figured out the best applications -and implications -and implications-of 3-D printing. It´s been almost 30 years since Chuck Hull invented 3-D printing, which he commercialized as stereo-lithography through his company, 3D Systems. Fast-forward to today, and dozens of companies are now making 3-D printing (also now as additive manufacturing) machines, materials, and software. Some of these systems are small enough to go on a desk while others are scaled to print car housing and entire homes.
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Holdings: Mechanical Engineering Vol.137, No.8, 2015: páginas 42-45

A loot of companies realize that they need to implement advanced manufacturing technologies, but they haven´t figured out the best applications -and implications -and implications-of 3-D printing. It´s been almost 30 years since Chuck Hull invented 3-D printing, which he commercialized as stereo-lithography through his company, 3D Systems. Fast-forward to today, and dozens of companies are now making 3-D printing (also now as additive manufacturing) machines, materials, and software. Some of these systems are small enough to go on a desk while others are scaled to print car housing and entire homes.

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