3D print is remoulding our lives
The world's first commercial housing project based on 3D-concrete printing is underway in Netherlands. Companies around the world have already proven that not only can a large-scale projects be 3D-printed, it can be done cheaply, efficiently and easily. The technology is moving beyond plastic prototypes to everyday industrial use. Here are a few ways the 3D printing is transforming the way we live
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Reliance Industries in its latest annual report said it has developed capabilities to design and print a wide range of products using 3D printing technology—in both plastic and metal—from prototypes to functional parts. PTI reports that Reliance is investing in setting up India’s first carbon fibre manufacturing unit to cater to aerospace and defence needs as well as the specialty industrial applications like railways and metros. The newly launched Reliance Composites Solutions (RCS) will design and administer low-cost and high-volume products such as modular toilets and homes to support the Swachh Bharat Mission, disaster relief measures and Housing for All programmes initiated by the Indian Government.