Additive Manufacturing (3D printing)
A manufacturing process that creates three-dimensional objects by building them layer by layer. Unlike traditional manufacturing methods that involve subtractive processes (such as cutting or drilling), additive manufacturing adds material to create the desired object.
What is 3D Printing?
A brief explanation on how it works and it’s benefits.
The process starts with a digital 3D model of the object, which is created using computer-aided design (CAD) software or obtained through 3D scanning techniques. The 3D model is then sliced into thin cross-sectional layers, and the additive manufacturing machine follows these instructions to build the object layer by layer.
Print parts layer-by-layer.
By reading digital CAD data, high quality parts are printed by adding material layer-by-layer to form the shape.
Prototype and Production.
Depending on the part size, you can 3D print your prototype for functional testing or production parts for practical uses at the same time.
Customize your business.
Innovate your business process by keeping inventory files digital. Mass customize your end-product without worrying on quantity.
Advantages of 3D printing:
Once a product has been developed with CAD software, it may be printed in a few of hours without requiring a long setup procedure.
Complex and complicated designs can be designed and printed using 3D printing than with traditional manufacturing processes. Traditional processes have design constraints that are no longer applicable with the usage of 3D printing.