3d printed objects: how 3D printing is revolutionizing the world
Today a big revolution is happening and it has a name: 3D printing. This new technology is helping not only corporations to reduce prototyping cost and time but also ordinary people to print their ideas and create 3D printed objects that go far beyond expectations.
There are countless areas that are improving today thanks to 3D printing: from medical area to leisure, to food, cars, fashion and art. Actually it’s hard to list all of them because today 3D printed objects are almost eveywhere. Even if the object is not completely 3D printed, probably some parts are or the prototyping was easily made thanks to this new technology.
Can you imagine how many 3D printed objects we have around us?Find out some 3D printed creations and be surprised about what can be done with a 3D printer.
3D Printed Acoustic Guitar
World’s first 3D printed acoustic guitar was already made by Scott Summi – did you know that? Although it may sound weird and against all the odds, this 3D printed guitar is made with plastic and Summi made it work really great. So now you know that you can create a 3D printed guitar with plastic and then complete it with the metal soundhole cover and heel joint. At first sight, can you imagine this is a 3D printed object?
3D Printed Body Parts
Science fiction movies are actually real life nowadays and today the medical area is improving a lot thanks to 3D printing. Ears, kidneys, blood vessels, skin grafts and bones – did you know that all these body parts can actually be 3D printed objects?
3D printed art
The 3D printing revolution is also happening in the art world: 3D printing is transforming the creation process, leading to a new way to make art. Today great artists use 3D printing technology to elevate the concept of a 3D printed object, giving it new possibilities.Find out on this article some of the great things that is being made on the 3D printed art world.
3D Printed Shoes
Today you can wear a 3D printed objectand the 3D printed high heels called Morphogenesis made by Pauline Van Dongen is a proof of that. Made out of laser sintered nylon, it comes in different colors and really shows us how 3D printing can be a game changer on the fashion area.