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Microscale 3D Printing
Transcript of Microscale 3D Printing
Microscale 3D Printing is simply that. Printing 3 Dimensional Objects. Printers that can layer materials too build 3D objects right in your home.
Microscale 3D Printing is using materials like metal, plastic, glass, or just ink, to construct and build objects through a printer. The needles of the printer are filled with the materials and overlap them to make 3rd Dimensional objects.
How it Works
Microscale 3D Printing can allow for mass customization and personalization. People can make their own items at home any way they want to. They don't have to wait for things to be delivered and the process takes much less work.
When is it available?
Have you ever lost the back of the TV remote? That second earring to the pair your mom gave you? The key ring for your car keys? Even a shoe! You can now print these things out at any time. Just choose your item and print.
How would you use a 3D Printer?
Chuck Hull invented the first 3D Printer and the idea of stereolithography (3D Printing.)
Who made it?
3D Printing is a fast and efficient way to make small or large items in your home at the click of a button. Almost anything you can think of, to help you with your daily life.
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3D Printing is available now, and it is becoming more and more popular. It is predicted that soon, many people will have 3D Printers in their home. Now, they cost about $3,999.00