With the advancements being made it seems like 3D printing is turning into an unstoppable force. Gone are those days when printing couldn’t meet your need. However, the printing speed and output of additive manufacturing have shown a suitable side of rapid prototyping. 

With the drastic progress in technology, 3D printing companies are likely to make huge benefits as they will be serving with high scalability and full potential. From a space shuttle to an artificial organ to transplant, 3D printing has taken the charge. 

The hype of 3D printing wasn’t created overnight but it took decades to set a precipice of the additive manufacturing revolutions. However, the advancements, speed, capabilities, and format are aligned together to push the 3D printing manufacturing companies forward. 

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Innovations in direct material printing are growing faster and people are more relying on it. With this cutting edge technology, you won’t need particular tools or equipment for the production of small and extremely complex shape.

The precision of metal alloys that are used for 3D printing has exceptional features that showcase great performance characteristic. You can work with light weighted and complex objects to exclude the traditional imprinting, design, and manufacturing. 

Complex and highly detailed parts for the aerospace, automated and mechanical industries are also obtained from direct metal printing. For instance, if your car needs a repair and you couldn’t find the spare parts in the market then direct metal printing can help you with creating it.


From decades 3D printing has always been considered as a slow printing option. It has been capable of providing accuracy with persistence but the speed was always considered slow. But with the advancements being made in technology 3D printing is enduring with sustainable methods and is also developing the ways for fast speed. 

It has the ability to print a centimeter every minute which explains the speed itself. A report from a Chinese magazine stated that China has used 3D printing in making houses and it made 500 housed within a day in such a low cost. The models they created are durable and are the same as the original house.


Selective Laser sintering is the ability of additive manufacturing that allows making parts from nylon materials. This techniques has been in practice from the past couple of years and is still being used. 

Big companies such as HP has introduced smart technology that speeds up the production process of Selective Laser Sintering. With the advent of faster speed, many other companies from a variety of sectors can use it for their benefit. 


Collaborating all these advancements you can deal with infinite computing, big data in next-generation robotics and IoT connectivity. In many companies, 3D printing has been considered as their core source whereas other companies are installing due to its amazing features.