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3D printing has been around for more than 20 years, but it has really been independent in the past few years.
You can even say that 2013 is a year when 3D printing has become mainstream, and the release of several affordable 3D printers has greatly expanded the movement of amateurs.
It is this expansion that gives shapeway a good prospect for 3D printing in 2013.
In a series of slides released today, shapeway delves into this year's manufacturer movement and its impact on the 3D printing industry.
As you might expect, as more and more people get into 3D printing, people are very concerned about the expansion.
While the hardware may be expanding, how many people are learning 3D modeling to take advantage of their new printer has left a deeper impression on shapeway.
For those who don't know how to use 3D modeling software, shapeway points to the rise of applications and software that make it easy.
As more and more 3D printers fall into non-
Professionals say the number of 3D modeling applications will definitely increase.
For businesses, 3D printers are at the forefront of what they call 'garage entrepreneurs.
'In other words, thanks to the flexibility that 3D printers offer, more and more people are able to start businesses in a variety of areas.
For example, look at the custom chocolate delivery company that makes all products with this 3D printer.
While shapeway did a good job of hitting all the major 3D printer innovations in 2013, it did ignore what might be most important (
Earlier this year, the Department of Defense Distributed 3D printing for good or bad, and by printing guns entirely in plastic, 3D printing became a common household term.
Since then, other designers have made 3D printing rifles and even 3D printing metal pistols.