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3D printer

or 3-D printer
n.
A computer-controlled device that is capable of fabricating three-dimensional objects, as by extruding layers of plastic from a robotically controlled syringe.
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Its focus on cross-industry collaboration is designed to spur innovation and help crack into the $12 trillion manufacturing industry with new 3D printing materials and applications that are reliable, safe and affordable.
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Given an ever-expanding range of 3D printing materials, students' specific applications need to be addressed with the appropriate material/ materials, Instructor's knowledge and manufacturers' literature are viable initial sources, but when used in isolation void the priceless opportunity for STEM students to inquire, investigate, and mathematically calculate.
This update on the state of the 3D printing materials market will show that there are more available now than is generally perceived, and more are rapidly on the way.