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How disruptive is 3D printing?

3D printing, also known as, additive manufacturing (AM) is a technological process developed in the 1980s that uses AM fabricating technology to synthesize materials into three-dimensional objects.

From toys to tools to homes to villages on the moon to even food and human tissue, the 3D printing industry today pilots many innovative business verticals and is expected to pull in $21-billion worldwide in revenues by 2020.

If you can design it and build it, you can 3D print it.

But just how disruptive will the 3D printing industry become?

Scroll down, check out the 3D infographic below and learn more.

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Source: Visual Capitalist, Wohlers

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