3D printing is the future of production as it provides versatility in material and shape without any increase in the price. Complex parts can easily be made by this additive process in any shape and color, even life-like products can be made in a small amount of time. Anatomical models in the field of medicine can be made with high accuracy which can help in the educational aid of students and help with surgical preparations.
The cost can be diminished with the use of 3D printing for making medical tools. Anthropologists and archeologists also use 3D printing to reproduce models of their samples which have each intricate detail within them thus providing ease in studying the sample without damaging it by repeated examinations. 3D printing is the stepping stone to the future and a look into the past in every field possible.