Ask random people about the industries where additive manufacturing or 3D printing is making its most substantial impact, and you are likely to get varied answers. Opinions are likely to range from chocolate bar printing and construction of an entire building to the famous unchartered territory of printing human organs. Other people will cite prototyping as the most significant application of 3D printing.

It’s an undeniable fact that the 3D printing technology has been around for over three decades. It has evolved incredibly and doesn’t confine itself to the provision of more cost-effective prototyping approach. The technology has developed to provide a wider proposition to different areas in the industrial manufacturing world. Indeed, automotive and aerospace design and manufacturing engineers find 3D printing to be an indispensable tool in their daily activities.

According to Trimantec, the evolution of the 3D printing technology has been helping power the entire manufacturing …