3D printing technology is used in specialized areas such as research development, modeling, the medical industry and in small scale production runs.
Benefits include lower costs and higher efficiency in producing highly precise prototypes.
3D printing began with restrictive pricing, a need for constant recalibration and limited selection of non-ecofriendly inputs. It was difficult to justify anything beyond prototyping or hobbyist applications.
NexCon 3D Printers take the best characteristics of 3D printing and address many of the challenges found in the construction industry. The result is the ability to print structures remotely or on-site efficiently at a lower cost with greater sustainability.
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