3D printing technology embodies extremely strong application value and development potential in the aerospace field, which not only shortens the production cycle of aerospace products, but also reduces costs, and further improves product performance. As a brand-new production method, products made by space 3D printing can handle tasks that are difficult to complete with traditional manufacturing processes. For example, a certain part needs to withstand high temperature on one side, and the other side needs to have "strict requirements" such as high strength. 3D printing can show its skills.
Application of printers in the medical world
For many years, bioengineers have tried to build three-dimensional scaffolds-they can be implanted with stem cells and eventually differentiate into organ shapes, but "to a large extent these technologies do not allow you to introduce tissue gradients and patterns in normal tissues," Utah Said Robby Bowles, a bioengineer at the University of Utah. "There is no way to control the whereabouts of cells in the tissue. In contrast, 3D printing technology allows researchers to very precisely control the location of cells. This technology can better control the development of organs.
Print food industry
In the food industry, researchers are already trying to print chocolate. Perhaps in the near future, many foods that look exactly the same will be "printed" with food 3D printers. Of course, by then, artificially-made food may be many times more expensive.
Accessories and jewelry are the most expansive market. In the future, whether it is your desk, your gorgeous mobile phone case, or the one-of-a-kind ring in the world owned by you and your lover, it may be printed by a 3D printer. You don't even have to wait until the future, you can do it now.