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3D printing is the process of making a visual object from a CAD model (a digital model with three dimensions), usually by placing several consecutive layers of many different objects. Also known as additive production (AM) and enables designers and manufacturers to print specific shapes of any shape and size geometry.

In simple words, it is one of the fastest modes of developing physical prototypes accurately and true to scale.

3D print is created by use of “additive process”. The three-dimensional object is created by laying down successive layers of material until the object is finished.

Whether you need a Framework for your Own Drone project, merely a Doorway Stopper or whatever else in between, you can 3D print it. 3D printing is excellent for making your life simpler with easy hacks and ideas. As on November 2016, there are estimated 2 million 3D print files in 3D repositories that you can download.

On the industrial side of matters, 3D printing has allowed different Businesses, from the healthcare to the automotive industry, to do things that were never possible before and deliver products into the industry much quicker.

1 spectacular area where 3D printing excels is in the medical area.

But 3D printing also is powerful as it comes to producing small Batches of goods. One illustration: the aerospace businesses’ ability to 3D publish Small jet engine parts with complex interior channeling, which makes the motor more fuel efficient. This would never have been possible with the conventional processes of drilling or CNC mining.

Like most emerging technologies, 3D printing offers benefits in a lot of areas. These include optimization in financial, logistical, healthcare, creative and environmental areas.

For one, the technology allows for endless customization with regards to design and material. One notable example of this benefit is in the healthcare sector. Complex prosthetic limbs can be produced precisely to individual needs for a much lower price.

In the area of aerospace, complex parts that take a long time to assemble can now be 3D printed in one go. This speeds up the assembly line and reduces the cost of the finished product. Also, mass production in higher numbers is made possible.

3D printing enables designers to rapid prototype, ultimately saving time in the design process. This allows new or improved products to hit the market much sooner than with conventional means.

3D printers are portable. That allows end products or components to be 3D printed where and whenever they are needed and thereby lowering or eliminating inventory needs. Satellites, for example, are most likely to be 3D printed in space in future.

Since 3D printing utilizes the concept of adding material rather than subtracting material, the process leaves behind little to no waste. Although materials used in conventional manufacturing methods are recyclable, the process of recycling materials costs money that can be saved with 3D printing.

Although it is already deeply implemented in the world of prototyping, 3D printing is still some years away from having a breakthrough in the world of manufacturing. This breakthrough would allow 3D printing to spread from just prototyping, with the exception of select components already being manufactured by 3D printers, to being widely implemented in everyday manufacturing processes all over the world.

The main aspect keeping this from happening sooner is the relatively long time it takes to 3D print something that can just as well be manufactured using traditional methods (and we all know that time means money).

3D printing is also limited by the size of the 3D printer. Although there are some pretty big units of 3D printing with cement, for example, high-quality and precision parts are limited to smaller machines which can also be very expensive depending on what they are designed to be capable of.

Another limitation is the fact that most 3D printers can only print in one material at a time. Multi-material 3D printers do exist, though, but are not very common and economical yet.

3D printers use one of the following methods to build an object layer by layer:

1. FUSED DEPOSITION MODELING (FDM)

This is the most common technology used in desktop 3D printers. Thermoplastic material is heated and extruded through a nozzle. The nozzle deposits the molten material layer by layer onto a heated bed. Each layer sticks to the one beneath it.

2. STEREOLITHOGRAPHY (SLA)

The build platform is lowered into a bath filled with a special liquid photopolymer resin. The resin is light-sensitive and becomes solid when exposed to a UV beam. This UV beam precisely solidifies the resin. Each cross section of the 3D model is traced onto the layer of cured resin that came before it. This is repeated layer by layer until the 3D object is completed. At the end of the process, high pressure water is passed over the print to remove all supports, thus reducing human involment.

In FDM the object is built from the bottom up, in SLA it’s the other way round.

3. SELECTIVE LASER SINTERING (SLS)

This process involves a laser beam fusing powdered material together. The first layer of powdered material is evenly rolled onto the build platform after which the layer of the 3D model is fused together by a laser. Next, the build platform is lowered by the width of one layer, and the next layer of powder is rolled into position. This process is repeated until the 3D object is finished. Since the object is surrounded by (unused) material throughout the duration of the build, support structures are not necessary like they sometimes are with the FDM process.

Many different materials can be used with this technology from plastics to metals.

4. SELECTIVE LASER MELTING (SLM)

SLS works on the same principal as the SLS process but uses a higher intensity laser and only metal powder. In this process, the tiny metal particles are actually melted together and then micro welded to form a solid piece of metal as if machined from one solid block.

5. BINDER JETTING

Binder Jetting also uses a powder bed as its source of material. But instead of a laser, the powder, e.g. metal, is first “glued” together using an adhesive binder after which the object is heat-treated in a kiln to set or fuse the material.

To get colored prints, you can add dyes to the binding materials.

The short answer is no. The term “3D printing” comes from the use of inkjet printer heads (in the first 3D printers) to deposit, either layers of UV-curable photopolymer resin or a binding material onto a layer of powder in a powder bed process. However, the term now universally encompasses all additive manufacturing technologies.

The more technical, or correct, way of referring to the automated process of building a 3D object from scratch using a digital file is “additive manufacturing”.

No. 3D printing can be done using with a very wide variety of materials. Literally, just about any material can be 3D printed as long as it has a practical solid state. For example, a gaseous material like oxygen has a solid state, but only at a very low temperature which makes it impractical and pointless to 3D print with.

Most desktop 3D printers can only print thermoplastics. But some of these 3D printing filaments can be enriched by adding e.g. wood, metal or other materials. 3D Printing machines as used in 3D printing services can also print ceramics and precious metals. And there are 3D printers used in the building industry that can even handle concrete or clay-straw mixtures.

This depends on the product in question. Arguably, a 3D printed Japanese kitchen knife will not be as sharp as, or retain its edge as good as an authentic, carefully forged steel blade.

On the other hand, 3D printing has enabled certain products to be improved beyond the capabilities of traditional manufacturing processes like jet engine components.

But on a general level, it would be a subjective statement to suggest that a certain 3D printed product is better or worse than its traditional counterpart. Seen on an economic level, 3D printing is on its way to becoming a very efficient, resourceful, and cost-effective means of production and will probably surpass conventional manufacturing processes in those aspects in the future.

Yes, 3D printing is already being introduced to students at an early age.

3D printing enables the physical manifestation of someone’s thoughts and ideas. The hands-on experience makes a technical subject fun and attractive, even for people who aren’t especially interested (yet) in design, architecture, computer science or engineering and many other fields of study. For some, what used to be a dry and theoretical and (as a result of that) boring class, can now become an engaging and hands-on experience.

China, for example, has plans to have every one of its elementary schools equipped with 3D printers by 2025. The early immersion of students to the new technology will make them fit for the future, when 3D printing will become more and more important for the workplace and everyday life.

There is no debating whether or not 3D printing can be used in the classroom. It’s more a question of when.

The word “filament” comes from the Latin word “filum” which means “thread”. It is used to describe anything that is thread-like in structure.

In 3D printing, filament is the name given to the material used by the 3D printer to print. In printers using FDM technology, the material comes in the form of a filament coiled around a small spool. The filament is then fed into the extruder through a guide tube. Usually, thermoplastics materials used by 3D printers using the FDM method come in the shape of filaments.

Some 3D printers, mostly industrial ones, use material pellets instead of filaments. This brings down the cost of 3D printing material significantly. Other 3D printers, the SLA printer types, use liquid resin instead of strands of thermoplastics.

There are many different kinds of 3D printing filaments. First of all, they come in two conventional diameters: 1.75mm and 2.85mm.

The most common materials used in FDM 3D printing are PLA and ABS. They are popular for their ease of use and their affordability.

But as far as what materials you are printing with are concerned, there are almost no limits. It is possible to print in pure metal, food and all sorts of thermoplastics whereby metal and food don’t come in filament form for obvious reasons. But don’t be confused, if you see a spool of filament that has metal written on it, there is metal dust mixed with thermoplastic material for use in desktop FDM 3D printers.

This is a tricky question, as there is no “best” filament. It depends on what your 3D printer can handle and how it handles it. Finding the “best” formats for your 3D printer may require trial and error. If you have a popular 3D printer, chances are, someone has already found out what works best with your 3D printer and what doesn’t. Internet forums are a great place to look.

Another important factor to consider is the type of filter that best suits the 3D object you plan to print. Should it be a magnet? Should it light up in the dark? Should it be flexible? All of these frameworks start to work when you are looking for a ‘very good’ thread.

Yes, but results varies. Also, it also depends on the scanning method you’re choosing. Many 3D scanners use a series of 2D photos to build or create an actual 3D model of the object being scanned..

“Scann3D” is an app where the user can take 360° panorama pictures. The pictures can then be 3D printed in color in the form of a sphere. This allows a more immersive viewing experience of the photo. The app also allows the user to take 3D photos for creating 3D models of anything around you. And if you want to have your model 3D printed, Scann3D prints and ships the 3D print to your home.

One major benefit of 3D printing over injection molding is cost effiiency. Injection molding requires a mold to formed first, which is a costly and delicate process. However, since injection molding costs decrease with increasing production volumes, there usually comes a point where injection molding makes more sense.

Also, some complex shapes that are 3D printable simply can’t be manufactured using injection molding.

The major difference between 3D printing and CNC milling is the starting point: With 3D printing, the manufacturing process starts from nothing, objects are built by adding material layer by layer. In CNC milling, the process starts with a block of material and is finished by removing material until the desired shape has been formed.

When 3D printing was first invented, it’s only purpose was to create prototypes, hence the technique was name as “rapid prototyping”. 3D printing offered a quick and cost-effective solution to produce multiple iterations of a design prototype, ensuring satisfaction before the product has even been conventionally manufactured even once.

Even though a very large portion of all 3D printing is still focused on rapid prototyping, the technology is now being used in many different areas and even to manufacture end products and components.

So, what can 3D printing be used for today or in the future? Some of the applications are:

  • Printing accessories such as smartphone cases and stands, cable holders, boxes, etc.
  • Printing replacement parts for household devices, electrical devices, computers, cameras, even bikes and more.
  • And even printing parts of a 3D printer.
  • Printing toys and tools of all sorts.
  • Printing art and jewelry.
  • Printing fabrics for creating clothes or even shoes.
  • Printing 3D selfies.
  • Producing equipment in space.
  • Bioprinting (e.g. prosthetics and even artificial organs).
  • Printing food.
  • Printing houses or house parts.

3D printing is being used in about every area of medical world.

At the moment, it is not yet possible to 3D print fully functional organs for humans, but the research is being done. A heart valve that was printed at Cornell university will soon be tested in sheep.

Bioprinting isn’t the only medical application for 3D printing. Knee and hip implants or any kind of customized implant that isn’t a complex organ or tissue, can be and is already being 3D printed. Another example is the creation of skull implants for damaged or crushed skulls.

3D printing has significantly lowered the cost of prosthetic limbs. What used to be a complex process of molding and forming can now be replaced by scanning and printing. This process has been made so cheap and efficient that people left crippled by war can now afford to have prosthetic limbs 3D printed. This was made possible in part to research done at the University of Toronto together with Autodesk Research and CBM Canada – and several other people.

Other areas of application include 3D printed hearing aids, shoe insoles, dental implants, special medical instruments and tools and customized case specific solutions.

3D bioprinting refers to the science of 3D printing living, functional tissues, bones and organs for medical purposes. This field of research, however, is only in its pioneering stages. But experts expect it to be big in the not so far future.

3D printing has a positive effect in space too. In a series of experiments, NASA 3D printed a total of 13 different designs and 20 objects on the ISS. 3D prints include, among others, a wrench and a ratchet. One design file was even sent from Earth to the ISS proving that 3D printing room leaves room for improvement. That is to say, star resources are not limited to what is delivered in orbit (excluding thread). NASA has revealed that the ability to print the required 3D components and tools is essential for the long-range missions on Mars.

The Russian Space Agency has announced its strong monthly printer printing program in partnership with ESA, the European Space Agency. The aim of the project is to provide shelter for astronauts, while looking at the water on the dark side of the moon. The informal mission “Luna 25”, which is scheduled to be launched in 2021, is said to aim for a month to find a suitable location and oxygen facilities. The menned men are scheduled for 2029.

The base of the moon will be printed using the soil of the moon. A D-shape printer works by laying down a layer of fabric before tying the contents of a non-organic compound. In this way, more money is saved unnecessarily to blow all the material used in the construction of the foundation into space.

It may sound like the April Fools joke: But NASA has successfully tested a fully printed 3D rocket engine. Although the longest tests take only 10 seconds, the engine is able to withstand all perfect positions within the rocket space engine. These components were produced using the Selective Laser Melting process: they were created by applying iron powder and using it with the most accurate laser.

3D printed fashion is simply any wearable item that has been 3D printed. This includes gowns, shoes, accessories or other pieces of clothing and jewelry.

3D printed fashion is still expensive and time-consuming. Some fashion designers have been 3D printing their new designs instead of using traditional materials like cloth because 3D printing enables them to create designs never before possible.

Definitely it’s customization. Being able to 3D print jewelry that is based on a 3D printable model allows anyone to design their own jewelry. The designer can either choose to 3D print their own casting molds and do everything themselves or upload the design to 3D printing service in our website. 3D printing also means that multiple identical copies can be made. Changes to the design are also no problem, simply modify the deign file in a 3D modeling program.

Yes. 3D printing food is possible and is already being done. All you need to do is make the food extrudable. The food paste is then loaded into a suction syringe and then pushed through a nozzle onto a build platform.

There are some drawbacks, though. Even if you can create great looking food, it’s nearly impossible to 3D print a whole meal for several people – the printers are simply not fast enough. Still, chefs are embracing the 3D printing technology very fast.

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Privacy Policy of www.trikon.tech

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By submitting or uploading any 3D design file Trikon, you confirm that you are the owner and/or you have obtained from a third party the rights necessary for submitting the design data to Trikon for quoting, production and commercial use. If the design you submit to Trikon infringes the intellectual property rights of third party(s), Trikon reserves the right to either not produce the design or produce the design without personally being liable for infringement of such rights of the third party(s). The user generated content if found to be infringing and/or in violating any law, you will defend Trikon against third party claims, and be held liable for all (direct and indirect) damages and costs incurred by Trikon with respect to such claims.

It is acknowledged that electronic communications, databases and websites are subject to errors, malfunctions, tampering and break-ins, or that use thereof may result in damages to your systems or operations. Trikon will implement reasonable precautions to attempt to prevent such occurrences; however, Trikon does not guarantee and shall not be liable for such occurrences. The user will be solely responsible for ensuring that any information or content downloaded from the Site or any other website accessed from the Site does not contain any virus or other computer software code or subroutine designed to disable, erase, impair or otherwise damage its systems, software or data, and you shall indemnify, defend and hold Trikon harmless from any liability, claim, cost or damage arising out of any third-party claim or suit caused by such virus or code or subroutine. 3D printing technology enables innovation and possibility to make completely new things. However, we do take copyright seriously and are legally obliged to respond to any copyright infringement notices we receive.

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