3rd December – National 3D Printing Day

//3rd December – National 3D Printing Day

National 3D Printing Day!

3rd December is the National Day of 3D Printing!

40 years after the invention of 3D printing, the National Day of 3D Printing was declared on 3rd December (3D). This day is meant to raise awareness for the 3D printing industry, educate and inspire.

What began as a gimmick is increasingly taking on the dimensions of value-adding manufacturing machines! Not only prototypes can be printed, but also strong tools, functional prototypes, fixtures and grippers, lightweight plastic and metal components, houses and bridges, chocolate and other food products and even medical devices and organs directly in the operating theatre!

3D printing is already widely used in all sectors, and growth is forecast to continue to be strong worldwide.

3D printing is no longer the future – it is a valid technology for today!

With Markforged 3D printers, you can really solve problems and 3D print parts that previously had to be produced mechanically.

Markforged is a digital platform that allows you to make parts available on-demand, anytime, anywhere in the world.

This is manufacturing redefined.
3D printing: Availability! Independence! Innovation.

Celebrate with us the #3DPrintingDay: The national Day of 3D Printing!

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2020-12-03T10:49:47+00:00 December 3rd, 2020|Mark3D News|0 Comments

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