Posted by: John Newman in 3D CAD Models, Scientific September 17, 2013

Microsoft, as well as other big competitors such as IBM, is looking at this 3D printing technology as a new tool to incorporate into their span of services. One of the technologies that they are currently developing can, with the help of a Thera Hertz scanner, decode and replicate an object that has been either fully or partially 3D printed. InfraStructs is the name of this idea that not only replicates but also can actually build complex internal geometries into products.

Article: http://www.rapidreadytech.com/2013/09/microsoft-preps-additive-manufacturing-for-the-internet-of-things/

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  1. This is a very interesting article regarding 3D printing. What has been some of the main constraints that have prevented this technology from growing faster?

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