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3D Printing – Addictive Manufacturing

New products anew-balance-3-d-printed-shoes-bits2atom_largere introduced periodically throughout the years. Usually the products are an upgraded version of a previous model, such as the Apple iPhone. Each new model has improvements like a better camera, bigger screen and faster processor. The same goes for cars and other types of industry. Everything just expands and improves. However, an innovation will come around that is so decade defining, that it changes the possibilities of what we can create. One such innovation is 3D printing, and it’s expanding the way we can create things.

3D printing, also known as addictive manufacturing, is a process of making three-dimensional solid objects from a digital file. The creation of a 3D printed object is achieved by using an additive process. In this process, the object is created using laying down layers of material until the object is created. Today, this process has been applied to shoe making. More and more types of shoes are being introduced in the 3D printing industry as time goes by.

The main focus of my articles will be to talk about the show Industry of 3D printing. Mostly products featured on the site 3DShoes, but also new types of shoes that are coming out. Each shoes is designed with components made from 3D machines, and ready to wear.

 

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