Discover the futuristic world of 3D printed designs, a once-outlandish tech idea that has turned table-top marvel over the last decade. Though first coined as a term in the early 2000s, it wasn’t until 2010 that 3D printing became tied to additive manufacturing. Now, it seems every other designer is making use of their personal 3D printer. From 3d printed trainers by Nike, to impossibly large scale sculptures, to sustainable furniture. Created by compressing material together, as directed by a computer, the practise has developed from lab pastime to crowdfunded success. This is what the future looks like in 3D...
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