Ratinder Kaur wrote:I am still doubting about what you said " Enhanced Accuracy" of 3D printing manufacturing...What is the highest accuracy grade a 3D printer can achieve in your opinion ?
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 Minimizationi
The degree to which the measured dimensions of a product resemble the nominal values of the original model indicates how accurate three-dimensional (3D) printing is.
Dimensional accuracy is therefore crucial to figuring out whether the machine can reliably generate each object in accordance with the desired outcomes.
A desktop FDM 3D printer is around 0.5 mm accurate. An industrial FDM printer has an accuracy of about 0.2 mm.
Greater than +/- 0.5 mm is BAD
Less than +/- 0.5 mm is AVERAGE
Less than +/- 0.2 mm is GOOD
Less than +/- 0.1 mm is FANTASTIC.