3D printing, or preservative manufacturing, has the potential to democratize the fabrication of goods, from food to medical supplies. In the future, 3D printing machineries could make their way into homes, businesses, disaster sites, and even outer space. The ultramodern buildings excess less cement, cutting expenses and assets. In the future, home printers will integrate substructure together with drainage pipes and even possibly smart sensors, rendering a fully integrated living experience.
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