Whether fast-tracking the development of new products, creating visual aids or sparking a child’s imagination, 3D Print has the potential to revolutionise the way we print.
Factories that mass produce widgets are in no danger just yet. Where there is value in being able to create bespoke models (almost) instantly, 3D Printing is a potential game changer.
Once the reserve of hobbyists, 3D Printing has begun to hit the mainstream. Engineering, healthcare, education and design/architecture are already early adopters with other industries set to benefit as 3D Printing catches on.
What’s changed in recent times? 3D Printing for high-end/high-cost items has been around for some time. However, it’s now practical for anybody to own a 3D Printer.
Whether a local school, tech start-up or a small architecture firm, 3D printing is democratising innovation. It enables smaller operators to compete with big business.
A certain worldwide delivery company has even filed a patent for a fleet of vans with 3D Printers inside, printing deliveries on the go. What a future if it happens….
Capital is a proud supplier of Makerbot 3D Printers and also scanners.
Contact us for further information on 3D Print or to visit and see 3D Printing in action.