The Future in 3D


From printing titanium prosthetics to 3D printed houses and driverless electric buses, the future is taking shape in three-dimensions.

Paul Cartwright and the team at PrintIn3D invited Geelong Business News along to talk about what’s happening in the world of 3D printing at the Geelong Library and Heritage Centre.
This 3D scan was taken with an attachment on an iPad and I am now scaring my kids with a little 3D printed me!
Thanks to PrintIn3D in Geelong and to Gerrard Daniels and all at ‘The Dome’

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