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3D printing of plastic

 

Printing has been known to us since the time of Gunteberg. The inventor, a native of Mainz, many years ago came up with the idea of applying moving fonts to paper. Currently, however, you can not only print books or newspapers. Successors of the outstanding invention patented 3D printing, commonly known as 3D printing. This process allows creating three-dimensional, physical spaces based on computer models. The modern method allows you to make complex plastic fittings, such as PLA or ABS, as well as various resins and composites. Sounds interesting, but how on earth does this modern technique have to do with interior furnishings? Well, it has a lot in common!

3D printing of plastic

 

Printing has been known to us since the time of Gunteberg. The inventor, a native of Mainz, many years ago came up with the idea of applying moving fonts to paper. Currently, however, you can not only print books or newspapers. Successors of the outstanding invention patented 3D printing, commonly known as 3D printing. This process allows creating three-dimensional, physical spaces based on computer models. The modern method allows you to make complex plastic fittings, such as PLA or ABS, as well as various resins and composites. Sounds interesting, but how on earth does this modern technique have to do with interior furnishings? Well, it has a lot in common!

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3D printing of plastic

 

Printing has been known to us since the time of Gunteberg. The inventor, a native of Mainz, many years ago came up with the idea of applying moving fonts to paper. Currently, however, you can not only print books or newspapers. Successors of the outstanding invention patented 3D printing, commonly known as 3D printing. This process allows creating three-dimensional, physical spaces based on computer models. The modern method allows you to make complex plastic fittings, such as PLA or ABS, as well as various resins and composites. Sounds interesting, but how on earth does this modern technique have to do with interior furnishings? Well, it has a lot in common!