3D printing seen to have profound effect on packaging, manufacturing

11/6/2013 | Packaging World online

3D printing opens up tremendous possibilities to the manufacturing and packaging sectors because of its ability to make parts more quickly and economically. The technology already is being used to manufacture medical devices, and some companies are looking into the possibility of using it to manufacture human organs. 3D printing could be used to replace up to 200 manufactured parts with a single part, Packaging World contributing editor Keith Campbell says.

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