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3D Printing: Technology Innovation, Advancement and Future Scope

Vishal Kumar Jaiswal
Keywords: 3d printing, technology, innovation, future scope, advancement, application

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Jaiswal, V.K., 2020. 3D Printing: Technology Innovation, Advancement and Future Scope. United International Journal for Research & Technology (UIJRT), 2(1), pp.16-22.

Abstract

In this paper, we have talked about the technological development related to 3D printing. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ In which we have explained how 3D printing works and how it will affect our lives in the future. As we all know that 3D printing is going to be involved gradually in our everyday life. Therefore, we must bring new ideas about 3D printing for the benefit of society. As seen, 3D printing makes many of our tasks much easier, and we will be able to use it on a smaller scale, even in our homes in future. As we all know that there are always some flaws in technology in the initial stages. However, we are always on the path of making those techniques best by removing those imperfections. If seen, 3D printing is not a new technology, work has been going on for many years. However, the way we are now seeing the possibility. From this it seems that in future it will be used much more. In the coming time, most everyday items will be able to be made according to their requirement in a short time with the help of 3D printing. This will be a technique and a new way of advancement in technology.

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