3D printing leads the way toward a more innovative future. Here are some areas of life that are seeing a lot more benefit from 3D printers than others.
Reuben Lichter became the first person in the world to have a 3D-printed tibia transplanted into his leg. Lichter has about 18 months of recovery before he'll be able to fully walk again.
California-based Made in Space owns and operates the International Space Station's 3D printer. However, the company plans on pushing the boundaries of additive manufacturing in outer space and could change how engineers build for space travel and exploration.
Coca-Cola now has the world’s first 3D robotic sign in Times Square. The sign operates 24/7, broadcasting a range of advertisements for each of their extensive range of products.