3D Printing History

3D Printing History

Invented by Chuck Hull in 1986, 3D printing is the process of converting a 3D model file in digital media into a physical object. It is defined as 3D printing in the innovation and manufacturing industry. This new technology is also called "Additive manufacturing", "desktop production", "rapid prototyping", "digital manufacturing". 3D printers are divided according to their production technologies, polymer curing, laser sintering, composite stacking can be counted as some of them. First of all, the product to be obtained is designed in a drawing program. The designed three-dimensional model is converted to STL format. After conversion, the product is made available in layers and is ready for printing. In order to print with the desired feature, the relevant printer technology is selected and printing begins.

PLA, ABS, PET, HIPS, Flex PP, Ninjaflex, Laywood, Laybrick, Nylon, Bamboofill, Bronzefill, ASA, T-Glase, Carbon fiber reinforced filaments, polycarbonates can be used as filaments in 3D printers.


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