But in case you’ve missed some of the more unique headlines of late, the future is now.
So what is 3D printing? This type of technology relies on a computer-produced design that are loaded into 3D printers (from the size of a shoebox to the size of a large dumpster). Using those designs, 3D printing is able to produce anything from screws to automotive parts.
3D printing is increasingly spreading its wings into all segments of life — from industry and fashion to automotive and even space — and that’s why 3D printing stocks like 3D Systems (DDD) and Stratasys (SSYS) are taking off.
Check out these most amazing uses of 3D printing out there.