Close to the end of the motion picture "Skyfall", there's a scene in which James Bond and M drive out of the city in an excellent 1960 Aston Martin Db5, the different silver Bond Car initially utilized as a part of Goldfinger in 1965. Later—and this is a slight spoiler—the auto is shot brimming with openings with ambush rifles and exploded with a helicopter.
On the off chance that you've seen any film in the past dozen years, you'll realize that this specific scene presumably wasn't hard for the producers to film. Everything they needed to do was to digitally embed a blast or with that sort of plan, maybe take one of the three hundred or somewhere in the vicinity remaining Db5?s and explode the genuine article.
Rather, the producers printed itemized 1:3 scale models of the Aston Martin on 3d printers, and blew them to total bits, sparing the genuine autos for the display centers. Keep in mind Iron Man's suit? Same procedure.
Here are ten ways individuals are utilizing 3d printers for something useful and at times changing the world simultaneously.