3D printing technology is rapidly evolving, and its capabilities are constantly expanding. New materials with unique properties are being developed and made available for use in 3D printers. Combined with advances in software and hardware, there are now virtually limitless possibilities for us to produce using this technology.
Here are some of the nifty ways 3D printing is solving some of our most intractable environmental problems.
The first mass-produced 3D-printed electric vehicle – weighing just 950 pounds – is due to go on sale in Europe by next year.
Thanks to developments in 3D printing technologies, people will be able to manufacture their own solar panels and customize them to their own needs.
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