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3D printing involves additive, rather than subtractive, manufacturing, it has an advantage over other techniques like CNC routing (a computer-controlled cutting machine for hard materials), waterjet cutting, or laser cutting. Printing with 3D starts from the “ground up” and therefore allows for interlocking or interwoven pieces to be crafted as one piece. We had a recent client who’s logo was meant to look like ribbons woven together, and it had always been reproduced as a 2D image. With the power of 3D printing, we could design it as a 3-dimensional sign woven together as though it defied the laws of physics.

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