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3D Printing is a disruptive technology changing the fundamental dynamics of manufacturing. The future of 3D printing is bright and is an increasingly important pillar in the manufacturing renaissance. Now, there are growing numbers of use-cases and demonstrable business benefits proving that additive can be used as a mainstream manufacturing technology.

Given the kind of impact 3D Printing has on the manufacturing industry, it is imperative to build skills on this transformative technology. think3D has been conducting regular workshops to facilitate the same. Below is the brief list of topics that will be covered during these workshops.



We have several types of machines in our workshop:

  • FORMIGA M290
  • FORMIGA P110
  • HP 4200
  • FDM, CJP, PJP, MJP, MJF, SLS, DMLS 3D Printers and many more…We are one stop shop for all your 3D Printing needs, please check www.think3d.in for more info.

The action or process of making a physical object from a three-dimensional digital model, typically by laying down many thin layers of a material in succession.

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.

There are quite a few 3D printing file formats. Here are the most common ones.

  • STL: This is the most popular 3D model format, all slicing tools support it.
  • OBJ: Also important – and also supported by all major slicing tools – is the OBJ file format. In contrast to STL, OBJ is able to store colour and texture profiles; we guess it will become more popular when multicolour printing takes off.
  • PLY: PLY, the Polygon file format, was originally used for storing 3D scanned objects.
  • 3MF: 3MF is a new file format developed by Microsoft, Autodesk, HP and Shape ways. It is not clear if this will be widely adopted – we’ll have to wait and see.

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.

Yes, we help you customize with unlimited options. Drop us an email with your requirement and we will do what works the best for you!