3D printing takes only few hours.
When your designer is ﬁnished the CAD ﬁle, they simply send the ﬁle to the printer and the part gets produced with little or no involvement from anyone. If a build is started at the end of the day, the part is fully manufactured, or printed
by the next morning.
The 3D printing also known as desktop fabrication or additive manufacturing, is a prototyping process where by a real object is created from a 3D design. Originally built on the same technology as an ink jet printer, 3D prinng is easy to replicate and implement.
Fundamentally, 3D prinng involves building an object by pung down successive layers of materials, such as powders, liquids, plascs, metals and ceramics helps them adhere to each other. This form of addive manufacturing starts by creang a three- dimensional model using computer- aided- design (CAD).
3D design of the customer is converted to a format the 3D printer will understand, such as standard tessellaon language also known as stereolithography (STL). The instrucons are then sliced to provide the 3D printer with cross secons to complete each horizontal layer.
The printed model acquired then goes through a series of post processing procedures to obtain the ﬁnal printed miniature model.