Proponents of 3D printing know that it’s impacting nearly every sector of the manufacturing world, spanning industries as diverse as aerospace, medical and fashion. But the influence of 3D printing, and the game changing effect it brings, is receiving more and more mainstream media coverage as additive manufacturing expands its reach.
Minnesota’s ABC News affiliate, KSTP, recently visited our Eden Prairie headquarters and a Stratasys customer, Tennant Company, also based in the Minneapolis area, to see how the company is using 3D printing to speed and simplify its manufacturing process. As seen in their video below, KSTP explains how the combination of manufacturing and 3D printing is creating a new technology and making an old-fashioned industry faster and more affordable.
You can feel their excitement about the new prospects available today, not to mention future 3D printing applications.
“There’s really nothing that 3D printing can’t do,” said Stratasys Executive Vice President Marketing Jonathan Cobb during the interview. “The future is really, I think, unlimited at this point in time in the manufacturing community. If somebody can imagine it, you can print it.”