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3D printing / CNC

The 3D printing process allows you to create three-dimensional objects on the basis of the model created in the software for computer-aided design (CAD). 3D printing is part of the additive methods - creating objects by adding items; in the case of printing three-dimensional object is formed layer by layer. Turn including 3D printing differs from other technologies for the production of items such as machining, casting or forging processes in which material is removed from the item inventory or fill in the form and is formed using stamps, presses and hammers.

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  • 3D printer 3D printer

    3D printers are devices that allow for the production of elements and parts of the structural systems and devices from scratch , using as information source the digital files, typically in STL format. These devices “print” three-dimensional objects, usually plastic, using a...

  • 3D print pen 3D print pen

    If Your artistic abilities go beyond two sizes, try to give free rein to their imagination, using high-tech feathers for 3D printing. Available on the market various models of these devices. In our catalog you will certainly find a device that will meet Your needs, no matter...

  • Printers and pen, 2D Printers and pen, 2D

    Johannes Gutenberg probably didn't expect his invention, the seal will be contributed to the creation of a few hundred years later, a number of additional, highly accurate methods of marking. Initially, the texts and graphics have been reproduced through reflection on clean...

  • Filamenty Filamenty

    Filament for 3D-printing is a thermoplastic material designed for use in 3D printers using technology FFM/FDM - production through depozycję hot thermoplastic material layer by layer. Filamenty are made of different thermoplastic materials which differ in physical and...

  • Accessories for 3D printers Accessories for 3D printers

    3D printer made a revolution in the field of rapid prototyping, though it is equally well established in small-scale production and home manufacture of parts of robots and mechanisms, as well as figurines and models. Like any machine, and 3D printer sometimes requires...

  • Scanners 3D Scanners 3D

    3D printing RepRap project initiated in a short time has revolutionized the technology of manufacturing structural elements, decorative or household items. Today print even the most complex forms is not virtually no problems - just the printer and the material stock. But what...

  • The laser head The laser head

    The laser head is a small device, featuring a compact size and high power, which can engrave even the most complex schemes on different surfaces such as leather, wood, textiles, plastics and textures. In addition, can be used for labeling, in particular, titanium and stainless...


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Filament - material
Filament - diameter:
Colour
Mass
Manufacturers
3D - print surface
3D - type of printout
3D - printing speed
3D - printing thickness
3D - material amount
3D - accuracy of printing
3D - nozzle temp
3D - table temp.
3D - filament diameter

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3D printing method for future prototyping

The term “3D printing” includes a number of various processes in which material is aggregated or zestalany under control of the computer for producing a three-dimensional object, which is added through the corresponding location of the material. It can be available in different form, such as molecules of liquid, granules, powder, resin or a liquid material. One of the main advantages of 3D printing is the ability to manufacture very complex shapes or geometry, and the prerequisite for the production of any printed parts 3D digital 3D model or CAD file. This is a very easy design and quick production of parts - that's why 3D printers are often used for rapid prototyping of mechanical elements.

History additive methods

The idea of 3D printing emerged in the late 70-ies of XX century, but only in the late ' 80s appeared first printers FDM, popular today. In the 90 years of 3D printing technology, were considered suitable only for the production of functional (with some limitations) or visual prototypes. Rapid prototyping was the only application of 3D printing systems. Currently, the accuracy, stability and range of materials used in 3D printers has increased to such an extent that some printing processes are considered as opłacalniejsze technology of industrial production in comparison with classic used until now methods - in particular, in the production of small series. Due to this, the concept of production addytywnej entered on a permanent basis to the industrial dictionary.

Different types of 3D printing technologies

There are many different processes of 3D printing. You can group them in several categories. The main differences between the processes lie in the method of deposition of the layers. Most popular methods use melting material for extrusion of the layers. The most popular method of this kind - FDM - creates an object from molten the so-called filamentu, which is immediately behind the nozzle hardens, forming layers. Methods the merge fields of the powder include a number of processes that can be used with a wide range of materials and structures. These methods include selective and direct laser sintering. These methods offer greater resolution than FDM, but they are much more expensive. Other methods weight materials, liquid, using various advanced technologies such as stereolithography whether fotopolimeryzacja. Such systems natryskują layer fotopolimeru to the object, and selectively weighing it light UV. With the help of light curing wielofotonowej easy to create objects even below 100 nm, but is complex and expensive methods.