3D Printing in 2014 and Beyond Posted on StepenMag by First Class Posting

3D printing isn’t particularly futuristic or mind-bending — it’s actually rather straightforward.

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(PRWEB) April 01, 2014

The following is a new post issued by StepenMag on behalf of First Class Posting. The following are excerpts:

"There has been no shortage of rhapsodizing about the wonders of 3D printing. And to the uninitiated, the technology does sound like something out of a science fiction novel. But 3D printing isn’t particularly futuristic or mind-bending — it’s actually rather straightforward. Essentially, 3D printers are machines that can make a variety of objects from different source materials, like plastic. They can manufacture things such as toys, furniture or even food. While 3D printing is still in its infancy, the potential ramifications are astounding," said Amy Taylor with First Class Posting.

“3D printers will replace traditional factory manufacturing in some circumstances,” said Scottsdale Arizona entrepreneur Jason Hope. “You can dream up a product, then print it. The technology isn’t quite refined enough for the home user, but that’s only a short time away. This is a product that’s been burdened with tremendous hype, but this technology is potentially transformative.”

To learn more please visit: http://step-en.com/2014/03/3d-printing-in-2014-and-beyond/.

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