There is a lot to gain for dental Dental care in 3D printing. When constructing braces or mouth guards, a gypsum mould of the patients’ teeth is often made. This process is slow and costly compared to 3D printing. And printing the new mould also gives you the liberty to adjust and align teeth when using the right software.

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Desktop 3D printing in engineering grew rapidly in the last few years. Mechanical engineers, engineering companies and R&D departments recognised what 3D Printing could do for their operational processes and started experimenting with 3D Print technology.

Now, we see that 3D Printing is completely integrated in the workflow of these companies since it adds significant value in conceptualisation of parts and products. Read more if you are interested if this is applicable for you as wel.

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For retailers there is a world of opportunity to gain from integrating desktop 3D printing in processes all throughout their business. While 3D printing has gained much attention from the fact that it can cut costs in manufacturing, retailers can strongly benefit from it in customer interaction.

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Preparing students for their future careers and teaching them valuable skills are not the only important aspects of implementing 3D printing in educational programs. It serves as an extra revolutionizing tool to aid in many areas of education and provides teachers with new ways of getting their message across!

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Seeing is believing. Leapfrog 3D Printers helps architectural firms seize more opportunities by creating complex, durable models in-house. Easily transform sketches and model drawings (digital) to tangible models and our 3D Printers are perfect for shape studies.

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