3D Printing Technology
3D printing technology has made work easy for mankind through its distinct way of production. It has opened new avenues in various sectors for development. The credit of 3D printing’s success also goes to its technologies as well. The kind of technologies we use play a huge role for the output of the product. It helps in the strength and durability of the product. You need to determine the technology very well before using it for your product. Today, there are various technologies available that can provide stimulus to the development of the object.
Fused Deposition Modelling is one of the popular technologies which uses thermoplastics like ABS and PLA as raw materials for their process. In FDM 3D Printing technology model is manufactured by depositing layers on one another along Z direction. This process is preferred by architect, designers and hobbyists as it is comparatively fast.
Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) process uses laser as their power source. SLS 3D printing technology uses Nylon plastics and various other metals as raw materials. It is mostly used in automotive, aerospace and various other sectors.
Stereolithography (SLA) 3D printing technology uses liquid resin and some of the cast able as its raw material for production. The process of curing is done through UV light or DLP projector layer by layer in Z direction. This technology is used in fashion and jewellery among others.
Also known as thermoplastics, plastic is one of the well-known materials for 3D printing. Plastic 3D printing services are preferred as it flexible and durable.
Metal 3D printing services have become famous over the years as parts are serially 3D printed for mass production. Each material in metal has unique combination of aesthetics and practicality.
Polyjet 3D printing services is like inkjet printers. As inkjet printer drops ink on paper, polyjet sprays photopolymer materials onto a build tray. It has the capacity to produce smooth and accurate parts.