Medical industry

3D printing can create customized prosthetics, implants, and surgical tools tailored to each patient’s unique needs. This can significantly improve patient outcomes and reduce recovery times.


  • In 2020, surgeons at NYU Langone Health used 3D printing to create a customized titanium implant for a patient’s spine, allowing them to remove a cancerous tumor and stabilize the spine simultaneously.
  • 3D Systems partnered with a prosthetics company to create a fully customizable prosthetic leg for amputees that can be adjusted to fit each individual’s unique needs.

Automotive industry

3D printing can be used to create lighter, more durable car parts, which can increase fuel efficiency and improve vehicle performance. Additionally, 3D printing can produce prototypes quickly and at a lower cost, speeding up the design and testing process.


  • Local Motors used 3D printing to create the Strati, the world’s first 3D-printed car, printed in just 44 hours.
  • Porsche has used 3D printing to produce rare parts for its classic cars that are no longer in production, allowing them to keep these vehicles on the road.


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  • In 2017, Dubai unveiled the world’s first 3D-printed office building, produced using a 20-foot-tall 3D printer.
  • The construction company Skanska used 3D printing to produce concrete molds for a building project in Sweden, which reduced the time and cost of production.

Fashion and Jewelry Industry

3D printing has disrupted the fashion industry, enabling designers to create unique and intricate designs that were once impossible to make using traditional methods. Fashion designers can use 3D printing to produce custom clothing, shoes, and accessories with a high degree of personalization. Jewelry designers can also use the technology to produce intricate and detailed pieces that would be difficult to create by hand.


  • The fashion designer Danit Peleg used 3D printing to create an entire collection of printed garments, which included dresses, jackets, and pants.
  • The jewelry brand DMLS Studio used 3D printing to produce a collection of intricate and unique pieces, which were inspired by the natural world and featured a range of materials including gold, silver, and titanium.