desktop fabrication

3D Printing Solution

3D Printing

3D Printing is also known as desktop fabrication. It is a process in which a real object model is created from a 3D design. 3D Printing Solutions is mostly used in the medial and architectural industry. In the year 1986, 3D printing came made its way into the world and gained popularity somewhere around 1990.

What is 3D Printing Solutions?

3D Printing Solutions is mostly used in the medial and architectural industry. In the medical industry, with the help of 3D printing, surgeons can create an exact replica of human parts which needs to be operated upon.

3D Print models

By using 3D Print models we can make take our client on a virtual tour of their product. They can get even minute details of their product. By comparing their proposed design with the 3D model they can understand what changes should be made in designs.

Architectural Industry

Similarly, architects create a mockup of the building they are about built. The impact of 3D Print models on the architectural industry is undoubtedly the most transforming things to have happened.

Print Solutions

3D Modeling

In 3D modeling, it is quite easy to see the impact of even a minor change on the whole design. It becomes easy for an engineer to complete the project at low costs.
There are a few different 3D Printing Solutions. The main difference between them is the way layers are built in each one of them. Some of the widely used techniques are:-

Many different materials are used for 3D printing, like polyamide, glass-filled polyamide, silver, steel, titanium, etc.

In near future 3D Printing Solutions is going to be very important for so many industries, like the automobile, medical industry, education industry, business & industrial equipment, architecture, and consumer-product industries.

For creating an object by 3D printing, first, we need a digitalized 3D model. These models can be created either by downloading them from the internet or by drawing it on a computer with the help of CAD software. The 3D models are then saved in STL format and sent to the printer.

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