Construction and manufacturing

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3D printing, also described as additive manufacturing, is unlike traditional manufacturing where components are produced through forging, casting, machining, moulding, etc. and where in many instances material is removed by the manufacturing process in a subtractive way. In contrast, additive approaches build up a 3D object from a computer-aided design...

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