3D printing is disrupting the design, prototyping and manufacturing processes in a wide range of industries, according to Gartner, Inc. Enterprises should start experimenting with 3D printing technology to improve traditional product design and prototyping, with the potential to create new product lines and markets. 3D printing will also become available to consumers via kiosks or print-shop-style services, creating new opportunities for retailers and other businesses
An interview with Mark Pestkowski for the Hamilton Spectator Newspaper asking how 3D printing is affecting Australia farmers now, and what role additive manufacturing holds for their future.
“Australian farmers have always been an innovative bunch, it'll be exciting to see what they can do once they get hold of this stuff,
3D Printing hits the catwalk at the Paris Fashion Week at Iris van Herpen Show. Dutch designer van Herpen’s eleven-piece collection featured two 3D printed ensembles.