3-D printing: Continued growth and expanded applications on the horizon
from Plastics Today
Ever since the idea of "printing" parts with polymer powders containing a binder came onto the scene, it's been a roller-coaster ride. During all of the ups and downs of the 3-D printing/additive manufacturing sector, however, the notion that one could actually make plastic parts without a mold has maintained a grip on the imaginations of many manufacturers.
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