Companies increasingly take responsibility for facing environmental challenges by moving towards more sustainable production solutions. Among them, the production of spare parts, especially with 3D printing, is increasingly used. An economic asset for the consumer and an effective tool to face the depletion of natural resources.
In this age of technology, 3D printing is becoming more and more popular. But what is it? In short, 3D printing is the process of taking a digital model and creating a physical object from that model by adding successive layers of material. It can be used to create almost anything, from small toys to entire houses. And as 3D printers become more common and less expensive, they are becoming available to everyone, including children.