1. Unlimited Possibilities: The Future of 3D Printing

      Although 3D printing is on the cutting edge of today's technology, it really goes back to 1983, when Charles Hull invented the stereolithography (SLA) machine. Hull went on to found 3D systems and launched a whole new industry. SLA machines were later called 3D printers. During the last decade, this technology has rapidly advanced, bringing about many practical applications. The future of 3D printing looks even more exciting. Hull's original work with his SLA machine was largely involved with resins and plastics. However, the technology expanded to include materials such as glass, metals, m…Read More