For almost 20 years, Rapid Prototyping Journal (RPJ) has been at the heart of all things 3D printing.
Since our earliest issue in 1995, the field has come on in leaps and bounds. Additive manufacturing now has applications in everything imaginable, including medicine, archaeology and even chocolate!
Overall, this is a time of reflection over how far we’ve come, and how far there may yet be to go. We are therefore pleased to present this virtual issue, featuring a range of articles from across the journal’s lifetime.
All articles listed below are available to access FREE until 30th November 2013, so why not take a look?
- The Basics of Rapid Prototyping (malcodesignanddelivergroup.wordpress.com)
- 3D-printed artificial reefs bring back sea life in Persian Gulf (treehugger.com)