Every house will have a 3D-printer in the future. It will be possible to print a new eye, to copy a car, to make a search coil cover. The latter is already being fulfilled, though, by those who have one foot in the future, you know… Here’s an illustrative example: a 3D-printed coil cover. Large manufacturers ought to be ashamed of themselves, oughtn’t they (or not)?
3D printing has already taken its place among the posts related to metal detectors. And it’s not just about 3D printed md accessories (although it’s about these ones, too). But also, with 3D printing, it’s possible to make metal detector parts, pinpointer housings (including waterproof ones), and even a machine in its entirety.