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What is 3D printing?

Date:2017-12-05 Hits:130
What is 3D printing?



In the press today the 3D printing topic is HOT!

The 3D printing technology made its way to the technological world in the year 1986, but not gain importance until 1990. It was not that popular outside the world of engineering, architecture and manufacturing.

3D printing is also known as desktop fabrication, it can form any material that can be obtained as a plastic material. For creating an object you need a digital 3D-model. You can scan a set of 3D images, or draw it using computer-assisted design or CAD software. You can also download them from internet. The digital 3D-model is usually saved in STL format and then sent to the printer. The process of "printing" a three-dimensional object layer-by-layer with equipment, which is quite similar with ink-jet printers.



One of the most important applications of 3D printing is in the medical industry. With 3D printing, surgeons can produce mockups of parts of their patient's body which needs to be operated upon.

3D printing make it possible to make a part from scratch in just hours. It allows designers and developers to go from flat screen to exact part.

Nowadays almost everything from aerospace components to toys are getting built with the help of 3d printers.



3D printing can provide great savings on assembly costs because it can print already assembled products. With 3D printing, companies can now experiment with new ideas and numerous design iterations with no extensive time or tooling expense. They can decide if product concepts are worth to allocate additional resources. 3D printing could even challenge mass production method in the future.

It is going to impact so many industries, such as automotive, medical, business & industrial equipment, education, architecture, and consumer-product industries.

This is the process of the model finished:

1. Your idea becomes a computer file

2. The computer file travels to the 3d printing machine

3. The layer of plastic material is spread out in the 3D printer

4. The temperature is raised

5. A bass fan cools the plastic and your model gets its shape

6. A new layer of plastic is spread out

7. And the process is repeated....many times

8. Your model is lifted out of the 3d printer and cleaned

9. Your model is finished by hand

10. Done!



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