Where appropriate, additive manufacturing technologies like 3D printing are now replacing traditional methods to bring more flexibility, design innovation, and cost savings to production processes.
Raise3D is a forerunner in 3D manufacturing innovation in the US, Europe, and Asia. Its applications have not just helped businesses in aerospace, biotech, and manufacturing, but even at the most foundational level in our education system.
Engineering student John Gardner was inspired by Raise3D printers to build incredible things, and with 3D printing, colleges begin to welcome a new generation of innovators.
Progressive schools enhance their engineering curriculum with a 3D Printing Education and an introduction to Additive Technology.
Worldwide restoration and preservation efforts see success with 3D Printing Technology for replication of classical art pieces.