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UPS is a large worldwide shipping company that has started using 3D printing to their advantage. Currently, UPS offers 3D printing in nearly 100 of their retail locations around the country, with more on the way.
The idea of iterative design – the cyclic process of prototyping, testing, analyzing, and refining a product – existed long before additive manufacturing, but was never so efficient or approachable as it is with 3D printing technology.
If there is one common trend amongst all of these companies, it is their embracement of 3D printing (3DP) as a legitimate manufacturing tool. Alongside the automotive industry, aerospace and defense industries have been the driving forces behind 3DP’s revolutionary growth.
Stratasys recently released a new full color 3D printer called the Connex 3. Now if the idea of having a full color Polyjet printer is exciting to you, then that’s GREAT. However, there is much more to this awesome machine