3D printing with its whole bag of tricks, is here to make the homemakers cheerful. Indeed, your favorite DIY appliance firm, Black and Decker, has rebounded into the market with a wide array of goodies. Opening their doors to the technology, they are enjoying a prodigious difference in production, using in-house prototyping. Once again, FDM has stunningly
replaced traditional laser sintering and CNC milling for tooling.
What once took days, now takes hours. Designers not only take direct print out of prototypes from their own CAD
Time again for tour de France to reach fever pitch yet? No better place to sport high profile Bianchi mountain bikes. They have made a terrific progress replacing the legacy Computer Numerical Control Programs to build cycle parts- with 3D Printing. Prototypes of bicycle frames and forks as well as safety locks are achieved digitally and automatically. Engineers work their ideas with crystal clear thinking and zero room for ambiguity.