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What’s 3D Printing ?

3D printing is an innovative technology that allows you to turn a digitally designed model into a solid object. Even though its initial purpose is to rapidly manufacture prototypes at a lower cost, 3d printed parts are used as end products in many industries.

Nowadays 3d printers shows groundbreaking results, allowing you to manufacture almost anything you can imagine. Discover the possibilities of 3d printing technology with Cad2Parts today.

 

How does a 3D printer work ?

3D printers operate by adding layers of material on top of each other. In order to print a model, you need to have the 3D data of the model you want to print which would be created via 3d modelling softwares or 3d scanners.

You can also find 3d files of models, created by other people and published online. There are countless amount of 3d designs which you can download free or purchase through internet.

When the design is ready all you had to do is turn, the 3d data into a g-code (which is the format used by 3d printers) using a computer based 3d printing software. Then you transfer that file to your printer and simply start printing. As you gradually gain more experience you can start changing the parameters, of the print spesifically to your application to achieve higher quality prints.

 

Where is 3D printing used ?

3D printing is used in nearly every applicative industry as it reduces the risks and costs in regards to producing functional prototypes and end mFACT 3d yazıcı products.

Cad2Parts Fields of Application

Architecture

With an mFact printer you can print your architectural designs with fine details in high quality in a short period of time ; to analyse them and make presentations to your clients before beginning construction.

 

Engineering

When making new and ambitious designs 3d printed parts facilitate trying out prototypes troubleshooting, saving time. Complex designs with difficult geometric structures can easily be printed with mFact.

 

Automative

With mFact you can print durable spare parts for cars or print a car design on a smaller scale for presentation. This allows designers to develop and test their ideas faster. The long term R&D process can be shorten.

 

Textile

You can 3D print products such as jewelry accessories no matter how complex they are. New ideas for shoes, glasses and more can be prototyped.

 

Production

Complex parts that are expensive and difficult to supply can be 3d printed with mFact ; contributing to production and accelerating the R&D process greatly.

 

 Aviation

Complicated aerodinamic parts can be printed in one piece with 3D printing technology ; as well as making of model planes. 3D printers brought the production and prototyping of parts in aerodynamic industry to a very low cost.

 

Research and Development

3D printed parts can greatly contribute to R&D process to go forward. Printing parts with complicated geometries (that would be impossible to produce in one piece using traditional methods) helps with the research process and costs.

 

Health

Nowadays where technology saves and facilitates lives 3D printers carry a great importance. 3D printers are used to produce artifical organ molds to be used in treament development. Furthermore, they are used in plastic surgery to make prosthetics for dismembered body parts.

 

In schools

3D printers are a revolutionary tools for education in schools. They are used in mechanical and technical courses. The students can easily turn what they’ve learned into reality and develop them.

 

At universities

In STEM fields 3D printers are used in many educational ways. Modelling an industrial design, a project, an application of any sort makes the education much more efficient especially in STEM fields.