"Behind The Scenes", with Laurence Fishburne, discusses advances in 3D Printing Technologies

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An upcoming segment of the popular program will cover how technological advances are helping industries evolve.

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Successful actor and philanthropist Laurence Fishburne hosts an upcoming episode of the show, Behind the Scenes. In this episode, viewers will learn the history of 3D Printing and how it could change the world.

3D Printing has become a revolution in modern life. What all can it do? How does it work? How can it change the industries? Successful actor and philanthropist Laurence Fishburne hosts an upcoming episode of the show, Behind the Scenes. In this episode, viewers will learn the history of 3D Printing and how it could change the world.

People have been using 3D printing since 1986. Hospitals use it to print out of models of organs. Guns can be printed from 3D printing. This segment will cover how 3D printing works and how it can be used to save lives. Viewers will see the history and evolution of the process. They will see how sci-fi author, Arthur C. Clarke, made 3D printing a reality that everyone sees today. The program will introduce the innovators who use 3D printing to enhance their artwork. Viewers will be amazed by everything that 3D printing can do.

This new episode of "Behind The Scenes: will show viewers the positives and drawbacks of 3D printing. Despite the process changing the world, there are still some limits that 3D printing still has. For one, 3D printing is still expensive and not really open to the public. Another problem is that there still flaws that need to be worked on with the final product. Even so, the program will answer the question of whether or not 3D printing is here to stay or people will move on to new technologies.

This program was created for educational purposes. Behind the Scenes is anchored by an award-winning production team. The development teams work hard to bring new information from around the world.

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