3D Printing

3D Printing

3D Printing

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What is 3D printing?

3D printing is a process that takes a digital 3D model and fabricates a physical version of the model by adding material layer by layer to construct it.

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What is 3D printing?

3D printing is a process that takes a digital 3D model and fabricates a physical version of the model by adding material layer by layer to construct it.

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What is 3D printing?

3D printing is a process that takes a digital 3D model and fabricates a physical version of the model by adding material layer by layer to construct it.

What can you 3D print?

3D prints are often used for prototypes, models, tools, and form studies. 3D printing is a quick, effective way to iterate or test the form, fit, or functionality of a design.

What can you 3D print?

3D prints are often used for prototypes, models, tools, and form studies. 3D printing is a quick, effective way to iterate or test the form, fit, or functionality of a design.

What can you 3D print?

3D prints are often used for prototypes, models, tools, and form studies. 3D printing is a quick, effective way to iterate or test the form, fit, or functionality of a design.

How does it work? 

  1. You begin with a digital 3D model (also known as a CAD model).
  2. You slice the 3D model using a specialty software. The software divides your digital model into thin layers and then translates that to instructions that your 3D printer can read.
  3. The 3D printer uses the instructions to build your model layer by layer. Some printers melt down the plastic and then extrude it out a small nozzle to build each layer. Other printers use light to cure each layer while others use a binding agent (similar to a glue) to hold each layer together.
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How does it work? 

  1. You begin with a digital 3D model (also known as a CAD model).
  2. You slice the 3D model using a specialty software. The software divides your digital model into thin layers and then translates that to instructions that your 3D printer can read.
  3. The 3D printer uses the instructions to build your model layer by layer. Some printers melt down the plastic and then extrude it out a small nozzle to build each layer. Other printers use light to cure each layer while others use a binding agent (similar to a glue) to hold each layer together.
PrintDiagram_PA1

How does it work? 

  1. You begin with a digital 3D model (also known as a CAD model).
  2. You slice the 3D model using a specialty software. The software divides your digital model into thin layers and then translates that to instructions that your 3D printer can read.
  3. The 3D printer uses the instructions to build your model layer by layer. Some printers melt down the plastic and then extrude it out a small nozzle to build each layer. Other printers use light to cure each layer while others use a binding agent (similar to a glue) to hold each layer together.
PrintDiagram_PA1
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What materials are available?

Most 3D printers print a variety of plastics, but some specialty printers can also print metals and elastomers.

Not sure which material you need for your design... We can help you decide which 3D printing material is right for your project.

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What materials are available?

Most 3D printers print a variety of plastics, but some specialty printers can also print metals and elastomers.

Not sure which material you need for your design... We can help you decide which 3D printing material is right for your project.

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What materials are available?

Most 3D printers print a variety of plastics, but some specialty printers can also print metals and elastomers.

Not sure which material you need for your design... We can help you decide which 3D printing material is right for your project.

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