Weddings come at a steep price. According to the planning site TheKnot.com, the average cost of a wedding in the United States is $32,600.
The great promise of 3D printing is that it’s more affordable at scale than handmade goods since labor is limited to the prototype, not churning out 100 of the same thing. To some degree that’s true—but not always.
“Everything is possible, but it’s how much money you want to spend. Would it be wise to 3D print all your silverware? No. The process is great for smaller pieces and tokens, but a full dinnerware set would set you back. It’s still a bespoke scenario there.”
Get all the details here, https://www.fastcodesign.com/3063713/say-yes-to-the-3d-printed-wedding. Would you 3D print your wedding?