Injection Molding VS 3d Printing: What Are the Differences

This may seem like a no-brainer for many of you. But you’d be surprised how different the two methods of manufacturing really are. I’m talking far outside the scope of needing to make a metal mold and pressing out stamped copies. I’m talking about the physical limitations of injection molding vs 3d printing. You see, with … Continue reading Injection Molding VS 3d Printing: What Are the Differences

3d Printing Makes the Disabled Fashionable

For the first time, at London Fashion Week, disabled models walked the catwalk. Plastic Injection Molding would have made prosthetics one size fits all. 3d Printing however enabled designers to print out custom color shape size and designs of prosthetics for their models to wear. This degree of customization not only makes for optimally comfortable … Continue reading 3d Printing Makes the Disabled Fashionable

3d Printing Makes Custom Prosthetics Affordable and Available

Until recently, making comfortable and affordable prosthetics for the handicapped has been impossible. The amount of engineering and tooling needed to make one prosthetic arm is the same as the amount of tooling needed to make a million arms. Thanks to 3d printing, all that tooling and iteration cycling has been eliminated. For small or … Continue reading 3d Printing Makes Custom Prosthetics Affordable and Available