The history of 3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, began as a tool for “rapid prototype development,” one of its primary uses. This initial success paved the way for the widespread adoption of 3D printing in industries as varied as manufacturing, medicine, architecture, custom art, design, and many more. This book, 3D Technology, dives into the exciting and varied uses of 3D printing across many fields, from the food and beverage industries to the environmental sciences, biotechnology, medical devices, energy storage, civil engineering, the textile and fashion industries, and many more. Rapid advancements in 3D printing technology are revolutionizing product development and production processes throughout global supply chains. The aerospace and automotive sectors were early adopters of 3D printing; however, the technology has spread to a wide variety of other fields, including jewelry creation, architecture, medicine, storage devices, biotechnology. This book also explores into a wide range of these varied uses, including the several 3D printing techniques, popular materials, etc.. In addition to discussing the background and current state of additive manufacturing, this book investigates the potential of 3D printing technology to advance scholarly discourse. The comprehensive coverage of 3D printing’s many uses in engineering, technology, and other fields makes this book an invaluable resource.