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Learn more about 3D printing

31-08-2010
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Three-dimensional (3D) printing technology is providing significant benefits to industries and companies throughout the world.

Manufacturing industries throughout Australia are reaping the benefits of this revolutionary technology.

The technology, also known as "additive manufacturing," has generated a great deal of discussion and interest in a wide range of sectors including mining, defence, aerospace, automotive and metals manufacturing.

The growth in 3D printing includes:

  • 3D equipment
  • 3D printing services – custom 3D printers
  • 3D ancillaries 
  • 3D software

Now there is a new service that brings all this information together in one easy location.

Launched recently, 3D PrintingTODAY is a new 3D printing website to be supported with regular newsletters and e-magazines.

A free subscription to 3D PrintingTODAY newsletters is now available to help you keep up-to-date with the latest 3D printing news and information.

Visit: www.3dprintingtoday.com.au

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