The future of technology is a bankable investment and that piece of future is already here and is actually helping us right now and sometimes in ways we don’t know. One of these said pieces of new technology is 3D Printing. With such a machine, from its industrial roots has already leaped and jumpstarted new expansions in different fields wherein such piece of amazing equipment you’ll least expect. And with such many doors opening, it has also paved way to open many opportunities for Australia to work on and benefit from this technology. 3D Printers Australia is bringing a lot of revenue to the country and here are some fields that’s doing just that with the help of 3D Printing.
The wildlife is Australia’s main tourist attraction and also the country has a duty to protect and preserve its long and dwindling list of marsupials, reptiles, and aquatic animals. Australia is home to over a hundred unique species only found in this area, and they are living on a threat of climate change, poachers and other dangers. And 3D printing has helped them in a lot of ways, like replacing cut off limbs, feet, ears, or other appendages. It also has created homes like indestructible nests for endangered birds. All of these benefitting the longevity of these creatures, for generations and generations to come.
Fashion and Art
With the rise of the two fashion and art capitals of Australia, Sydney and Melbourne are slowly gaining international fame and cementing their status in this million dollar industry. And with fashion and art ever changing and involving a push for new treatment and perspective on the way clothes are made and presented, technology is the tool to further growth. The great thing with 3D printing is that anything can be made using any material with this machine. So it’s no wonder that this has transgressed to this field. From couture to athletic wear, the use has crossed from different materials and purposes. Sculptures can now be made using this material and is serving and contributing a lot of income in auctions and art fairs alike.
Cosmetic, Medical and Surgical Tourism
If printing body parts of animals seem to serve its purpose well, it also transitioned to humans as well. In mending broken bones, long gone now are the plaster and fiberglass casts which are bulky mundane, blank canvas of sheer struggle. 3D Printing made it possible for design and purpose to mix. These braces not just contour the arm in a futuristic and jaw-dropping design but also focus on the fractured area. Another benefit is that we can now physiological mimic lost or amputated body parts. With 3D printing a stronger physical structure can be made to replace a lost body part so a missing nose or ear can be easy replicated in a 3D printer using CyberSkin or UltraReal a kind of material that has the same texture as real skin. Amputees also benefited from these as more and more realistic legs can be printed for a faster and more natural result.