How did 3d printing emerge?
3D printing is taking the world by storm. Even since their inception, 3d printers have continuously become more and more powerful. They started out printing small plastic blocks and have by now moved on to printing tools, decorations, prosthetics, even gun parts.
3D printer’s golden hands
We are on the threshold of an age where we will be able to print just about anything we want – from evening shoes to toys and tools, to firearms. How much is true in the announcement that 3D printers will bring us a new industrial revolution?
After the unexpectedly tumultuous development of computers, we are approaching the limit of digital technology development. There are no more new processors, each of which is at least three times faster than its predecessor. New video units are only moderately different from the previous generation, supercomputers and artificial intelligence have slowed significantly, and monitor makers are scattering the stereoscopic 3D technology found back in 1838.
For over a decade, the computer industry relied on repackaging old technology into new enclosures, so we had smaller laptops, palmtop, and tablets.
None of this was fundamentally new, so users were already tired of changing colors and masks on their “smartphones”.
And then a miracle happened, the 3D printing emerged, announcing a new paradigm in the digital age. The result of a computer no longer has to be just an imprint of one’s imagination in a virtual space, which will disappear with the …