Practical Uses of a 3D Printer

A 3D printer isn’t just for big businesses anymore. In fact, virtually anyone can use a 3D printer in some way, shape or form nowadays. It’s true: there are many practical uses of a 3D printer. From helping you make repairs and around-the-home fixes, to giving your loved ones unique gifts for the holidays, a 3D printer can greatly improve everyday life for just about anyone.

Here are just a few ways you might use a 3D printer:

Home repairs and replacement parts-A 3D printer can easily create small, one-off pieces or parts needed for home repair. Have to replace that hinge on your front door? Use a 3D printer and create one yourself. Want to update your cabinets with new handles? Design your own and use a 3D printer to produce them. You’ll find it more economical, and more personal, than any store-bought product.
Car repairs-Want to fix your car without breaking the bank? Try using a 3D printer. A 3D printer can manufacture valves, screws, bolts, plugs and other small parts you may need to make a fix. This will save you time and money in the end, and you’ll get the satisfaction of taking your car repairs into your own hands.
Jewelry-Update your wardrobe by creating customized jewelry and accessories. Using a 3D printer, you can create virtually any trinket you can think of: charms, bracelets, rings, headbands and more. The options are as endless as your imagination!
Gift-giving-Stumped on what to give your friends and family this holiday season? A 3D printer can help with that, too. Use 3D printing to create unique, customized and memorable gifts that your loved ones can’t get anywhere else.

For more ideas and practical uses of a 3D printer, check out our online 3D printing community, where you can connect with other 3D printing experts and hobbyists. Have questions? Want to get started with your 3D printing? Contact Kraftwurx today at 281-256-9737281-256-9737

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