Additive Manufacturing, also known as three-dimensional printing, is a rapidly developing technology. The additive manufacturing that emerged in the 1980s makes it possible to produce any object in layers by laying on one another and by manufacturing with laser beams or electron beams and melting techniques. In this mode of production, unlike traditional production styles, there is no loss in the material used in production.
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