3D printing technology uses a 3D CAD model to turn it into a physical object in three dimension shape. It does the printing by laying down the printing material on a platform layer by layer until the replica of the digital CAD model is formed. It was invented during the late 1980s and was also called rapid prototyping technology. In 1986, Charles Chuck Hull invented SLA machine and registered stereolithography patent in his name. Since then, the 3D printing technology has evolved rapidly. It was introduced in Australia in the second half of the 1980s. It took time initially to get adapted though, but with advancement over the years, Australia’s history with 3D printing got impressive.