3D Printing is fast becoming popular throughout both the technological world and the cosmetic world.
With countless possibilities brought forward by 3D printing technology, the prospect of being able to possibly 3D print anything we wish in the future is an exciting one.
Throughout November 2014 to April 2015 the Manchester Museum of Science and Industry allows visitors to get a helpful insight into the world of 3D printing as well as trying their hand at printing a few things of their own.
With free entry from 10am – 5pm, whether you are an interested entrepreneur, a 3D inspired artist or a teacher looking at educating your IT class on the future of printing altogether, the Manchester Museum of Science and Industry is easily reachable by car or hired minibus as it is located along Liverpool Road in central Manchester.
Visitors to the event will see a vast range of different 3D printed things from a synthetic heart to a fully useable bike frame, all of which can be used to further human progress in one way or another.
3D printers have even been used in cosmetic surgeries already to recreate facial features, skull scaffolds and more, so this could mean a new lease of life for those born with disfigurements or who have suffered from a war injury and more.
See a 3D printer in action and learn how 3D printing is affecting your life now and how it will continue to enhance and affect lives in the future!