3D printing is not new, but the range of possibilities for this technology continues to expand, as PlasticsToday has covered extensively. No longer used only for prototypes or patterns in industry, 3D printing is increasingly being used to manufacture parts in a wide variety of industries.
If you want to learn more about this advancing technology, be sure to check out the educational sessions on 3D printing and its uses at Design & Manufacturing New England at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, March 26-27, 2014. A free presentation on The 3D Printing Revolution will be offered at the Tech Theater the Expo Hall floor at the event. In addition, the advanced Learning Labs will provide a 2-hour session on this technology, in addition to sessions on Lean Manufacturing, Innovations in Robotics Technology, and other topics.