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Three-dimensional (3D) printing is an additive manufacturing process where a physical object is created from a digital design by printing thin layers of material and then fusing them together.
At the moment, 3D printing is still too slow to be used for mass production but the technology for it is being developed and evolved.
The downside to this is that it has the potential to massively disrupt both the industries for manufacturing logistics and inventory management.
3D Printing techonology has made it possible for hearing aid manufacturers to make custom made hearing aids and help accelerate the process of making them then fine-tuning the materials, ear shapes, and print the entire hearing aid.
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