3D printing has evolved a lot in the last number of years. In 2013, a pen was introduced that allows people to “write” with melted plastic filaments that solidify in the air, creating their own designs. After an upgraded release of this pen in 2016, someone took it upon herself to create a full size chair for a project for a furniture design course in college. With repetitive drawing patterns, she created a lattice-like design in this chair that is stable and strong enough to take your weight. This pen gives artists a whole new method of creation.
While we might not use 3D printing pens, Pipeline Design & Engineering does use 3D printing technologies and rapid prototyping to provide accurate physical parts to meet your product development prototyping needs.
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