3D Printer Techology, which is seen one of the important parts of Fourth Industrial Revolution, presents new digital manufacturing methods and promises to revolutionize the understanding of supply-chains for many industries. Its patent taken in 1986 by Charles Hull, 3D Printer Techology gives an opportunity to flawless production in a shorter period of time for many industries. Even more importantly, it saves many lives. While being used in the manufacturing of simple objects in their first years, 3D printers nowadays seem to increase their present contribution especially to aviation, automotive, food, construction and medical sectors.
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