Using a process known as “additive manufacturing,” 3D printers can take a number of different materials from metal to plastic and even chocolate to create every piece of the final structure from scratch, with no material left over.
Hull sees a bright future for 3D printing, saying it’ll be a $4.5 billion business by the end of the decade.
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