Five years ago I wrote a blog post about Xuron® Tools for 3D Printing. At that time, 3D printers were not readily accessible to the average consumer or small manufacturer. They were mainly used for making prototypes and everything about the process seemed intimidating (at least to me).
Speed ahead to 2020 and 3D printing has evolved. It seems there is nothing that cannot be created with this technology – even human organs and body parts (known as bioprinting). 3D printing in 2020 also gave way for many people to get creative during time extended time at home. We all saw stories of people making face mask extenders, face shields and more.