3D printing windows and doors

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3D printing windows and doors
« on: July 18, 2018, 06:09:42 AM »
A Swedish company has stepped into the home improvement industry by creating 3D printed furniture. It's revolutionary and I'm not talking about IKEA. We've all heard of this advanced technology used to construct larger structures but, furniture requires much attention to detail and precision to come out looking pretty. And, this doesn't involve the use of a printing farm that prints individual parts together. Instead, the furniture-creator has a build volume of 2500 x 1500 x 1500 mm≥, that's equal to a whopping 5.625 cubic meters.

Furthermore, this can also create room for the use of anti-counterfeiting technology for the large-scale development of furniture. There's so much money to be made and soon, companies are going to flock into this niche like bees.


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