The goal of this forum category is to ask questions and share insights with the community about manufacturing, 3D printing and rapid prototyping. Some of the possible areas for discussion include B2B manufacturing and new product development.
alisha wrote:Where 3D printing is used ?3D printing is a process of creating three dimensional solid objects from a digital file, enabling the production of complex shapes using less material compared to traditional manufacturing methods.
Ratinder Kaur wrote:Greetings! Yes, of course, you described the advantages, but you didn't write about the disadvantages at all. I needed rapid prototyping services once for my project and I will tell you that it is very expensive! You need to try very hard to find something cheap and at the same time with high quality. to be honest, I was lucky and found rapid prototyping . My factory makes shock absorbers for a car factory and we urgently needed to create a new type of shock absorbers. Our specialists developed new shock absorbers, but there was a problem, we had to find someone who would make several prototypes for testing. It was hell! I searched for 3 days, talked to people and found it, it was not very expensive, we are satisfied with the quality and as a result, the full production of new shock absorbers began.alisha wrote:Where 3D printing is used ?3D printing is a process of creating three dimensional solid objects from a digital file, enabling the production of complex shapes using less material compared to traditional manufacturing methods.
3D Printer is used to fabricate buildings and construction components. 3D printing helps in creating the prototype for complex geometrical elements. Building Information Modeling (BIM) Technology facilitates meaningful usage of 3D printing. Expert professionals print buildings in 3D to provide a realistic feel for future construction.
i. Faster Construction
ii. Enhanced Accuracy
iii. Reduced Labor Cost
iv. Greater Integration of Function
v. Less Waste Production
vi. Risk Minimization
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