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Three-dimensional printing is a process of producing objects by adding materials in layers that correspond to continuous sections of a three-dimensional model. It can work on almost anything - from concrete to living tissue. Three-dimensional printing has been used in a variety of fields including manufacturing, medical, industrial and sociocultural. It can create and complete complex shapes or geometries in situations where hand building or industrial manufacturing is currently not possible

- To create prototypes for your own designs or inventions

- To make custom parts or accessories for your hobbies or projects

- To print models, miniatures, toys, or art for fun or education or engineering testing

- To explore new possibilities of design and fabrication with different materials and technologies

Overall, a 3D printer can help you manufacture items of various shapes and sizes, thereby improving creativity, innovation, and production efficiency.

Common 3D printing processes include:

Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) or Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF): This process involves melting and extruding thermoplastic material through a nozzle to build the object layer by layer.

Stereolithography (SLA): This process uses a laser to solidify liquid resin into a solid object, layer by layer.

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS): This process involves using a laser to fuse powdered material, such as nylon, into a solid object.

Digital Light Processing (DLP): Similar to SLA, DLP uses a projector to flash light onto a liquid resin, solidifying it into a solid object layer by layer.

FDM(Fused Deposition Molding) technology is a process of heating and extruding thermoplastic filaments and stacking them in layers to form a model on a printing plate. the advantages of FDM technology are simple operation, low maintenance, wide variety of materials, rich colors, non-toxic and non-hazardous, suitable for printing large size, low cost models. the disadvantages of FDM technology are low accuracy and surface smoothness, slow molding speed and easy nozzle clogging.
SLA(three-dimensional light curing) technology is a process in which a UV laser beam outlines the cross-sectional shape of an object on the surface of a liquid photosensitive resin, causing the resin to cure and bond together layer by layer to form a model. and cleaning resin.
DLP(Digital Light Processing) technology is the process of projecting a cross-sectional image of an object onto the surface of a liquid photosensitive resin through a projector, causing the resin to cure and bond together layer by layer to form a model. structure and cleaning resin.
SLS(Selective Laser Sintering) technology is a process in which a laser beam scans the cross-sectional profile of an object over a layer of powder material, causing the powder to melt or sinter and bond together to form a model. the advantages of SLS technology are that it does not require a support structure and can construct complex and intricate geometries with a high degree of design freedom. the disadvantages of SLS technology are that the equipment is more expensive and is mainly used for production applications in the industrial sector.

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