EMS Is Revolutionizing 3D Printing

Like something out of a Star Trek episode, 3D printing is now enabling people to DIY 3D print needed objects and fun things at home or on the go.
TAMPA, Fla. - April 24, 2014 - PRLog -- Think of it, being able to manufacture your own products at home with a 3D printer. Parts for devices around the house, repair parts, costume jewelry, toys, tools, the works.  All with the ease of baking a cake.  The technology of 3D printing is accelerating at an alarming rate.  Once a very costly enterprise it now is so affordable that folks at home can buy their own 3D printers and pay of r it in products within a week to a month.

Need a new set of cooking utensils?  Well just get the design or make the design yourself in the software, import it to the 3D printer and you're good to go.  Why spend $50 to $100 for such utensils when you can DIY at home for pennies on the dollar.

Need new gardening tools?  Same thing.  You can design them yourself or get the designs others have made via the 3D printing communities that are growing by leaps and bounds.  Because EMS is so easy to use and is improving on its own technologies, it has spawned new and innovative approaches to this new industry and even kids can use the machines to produce their own toys and goodies.  Seniors too. Not only that but you can share your own designs.

The growth of the 3D printing phenomena is allowing for existing and new technologies to come into play which is what EMS is about.  There can be a number of approaches and that depends on one's own creativity and teamwork.

The possibilities seem endless to what is in store for the 3D printing industry. As machines get more efficient and affordable one might find mini-units that can be taken on the road during camping trips and outings.  If one finds that something is missing or broken you can download a design or find one in your library file and make it right there.  Just think of that missing tent pin you desperately need and then all you have to do is download a design from the manufacturer or from a free library in the cloud and then print it on the spot.

That's the trick right there.  The amount of interaction and access to printing materials and designs.  Sure you'll have to pay for the commercial hammers but there's going to be generic designs in there too.  If you're at a crafts fair and someone likes one of your products and you've run out you can make one on the spot.

So as you can see, 3D printing is exploding.  Being on top of the industry means you'll be able to get a leg up on things now and get the best prices and best products.  The learning curve might be tough in some areas but there's going to be software and tutorials for sure and some pretty much no-brainer tools.

About EMS
Since 2001 EMS, Inc (http://www.ems-usa.com/), has grown to become one of the premier providers of 3D scanning and 3D printing (http://www.halfpriceprototypes.com/) and products and services. For over 12 years EMS has helped thousands of clients across a variety of industries in product design and development, engineering and additive manufacturing.

EMS, Inc is based in Tampa, FL and has offices in Atlanta, GA and Auburn Hills, MI.

To learn more about all the products and services EMS, Inc. provides contact us at 877-845-2700.

Mark Kemper
Source:EMS USA
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Industry:Engineering, Manufacturing
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