Compared to traditional manufacturing, 3D Printing is a revolutionary technology. In the past, how to make something was limited to the possibilities offered by 3 main processes: subtractive (e.g. cutting or milling), transformative (e.g. melting, casting or bending) or assembly of separate parts (e.g. welding, gluing or nailing). With 3D Printing you can make any shape you’d like starting from scratch, based on a digital file: it works by adding very small, controlled quantities of matter (often in layers) on top of each other. Truly “a difference in making”.