Various 3D Printing Technologies

Various 3D Printing Technologies 2017-07-17T11:20:17+00:00
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FUSED DEPOSITION MODELING

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Below are few samples 3D Prints printed using FDM technology

STEREOLITHOGRAPHY

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Below are few sample 3D Prints printed using SLA technology!

SELECTIVE LASER SINTERING

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Below are few sample 3D Prints printed using SLS technology!

DIRECT METAL LASER SINTERING

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Below are few sample 3D Prints printed using DMLS technology!

OTHER TECHNOLOGIES

Few other technologies we have worked on!

Polyjet Printing

Binder jetting

Vacuum Casting

CNC Machining

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Binder Jetting & Color Jetting are the two technologies that can be used for full color 3D Printing.

It totally depends on your requirement and the application of 3D Printed object. If 3D Printing is only for demonstration purpose then FFF technology works quite well. If the printed part goes into functional object, then functional material FFF 3D Printing (or) metal 3D Printing is advised. If the printed object is used to make a mold, then SLA technology is the most appropriate one. In certain cases, 3D Printing isn’t even advisable. For Ex: If you need pieces in bulk, then it is lot more advisable to go for injection molding or rubber molding instead of 3D Printing.

3D Printing is agnostic to modeling software. You can create the 3D model in any modeling software. Please make sure you can export the model to .STL from the modeling software. If you can export to .STL, then 3D Printer can easily print the model without any problem.