The form of prints everyone is use to is the typical 2D prints, but have you ever heard of 3D printing? This new style of printing is a form of an additive manufactured technology where a three dimensional object, such as a wrench, is created by placing successive layers of powder and ink that solidifies. 3D printers are way faster, way more affordable and way easier to operate than any other additive manufacturing technologies. 3D printers can offer developers of products the capability to print assemblies and parts made from various materials with several physical and mechanical properties in one building process. With advanced 3D printing technologies, manufactures could create models that would be used as a product prototype.