What are technologies for 3D printing and manufacturing?

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What are technologies for 3D printing and manufacturing?

Postby rndvexma » Mon Aug 28, 2017 3:26 am

Additive Manufacturing:
This is3D printing additive manufacturing vadodara ahmedabad surat gujarat india is designed so you build an object up, out of material, so you don't waste any material. (That's the idea)



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There are three kinds of additive manufacturing:

FFF and SLA/DLP

Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)
Fused Filament Fabrication, involves melting a material (usually plastic) and drawing the shape out and then moving up and up every later.

SLA/DLP:
I combined both Stereolithography (SLA) and Direct Light Processing (printing) in to one catagory because they are basically the same. In both cases, a basin of UV sensitive resin is cured with a light source, and then solidifies and becomes safe to touch after being left out in the sun for a bit. In SLA, the light source is a laser, in DLP, I use a projector, it cures the whole layer at once.


Laser cutter:
A laser cutter uses a laser to cut away material and engrave certain objects. The down side to laser cutting is the lack of materials you can cut / engrave, and the price is much higher.



There are other machines used in additive and subtractive manufacturing, but these are some of the most notable and most similar to 3D printers.


Laser cutter:
A laser cutter uses a laser to cut away material and engrave certain objects. The down side to laser cutting is the lack of materials you can cut / engrave, and the price is much higher.



There are other machines used in additive and subtractive manufacturing, but these are some of the most notable and most similar to 3D printers.

3d printing in architecture industry

Architects make models prototyping of buildings before construction is done. The models give the building’s general outlook and can help pinpoint potential errors that can be corrected before formal construction begins.

Automotive

Cars like Audi RSQ and Urbee were wholly created or mounted using robotic mechanisms that result from 3D-printing. Soon, all automobiles will be made using this technology if the trend is any indication.

3d printing medical equipment
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