The new 3D printing technique known as a volumetric 3D printing will build complex 3D parts in a fraction of the time. This can be a unique news for event organisers who were hopeful and desperate to use 3D printing for their events décor and booth’s mechanical parts. With this technique, researchers have printed beams, planes, struts at arbitrary angles, lattices, complicated and uniquely curved objects. Engineers and scientists claimed that it could build parts in configurations and designs never possible before. The key advantage is that it can print fully 3D parts all in one step, unlike traditional 3D printer.