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3D printing costs are lower compared to other technologies and materials. No materials are wasted, and time is much more efficient. That’s why 3D printing is fast becoming the number one choice for many manufacturers and designers. In addition, human resource and labor costs can be significantly reduced with 3D printing.

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What is 3D Printing?

3D printing is a process by which three-dimensional objects are created by joining or solidifying materials and combining them layer by layer, depending on the commands of a computer. 3D printing is becoming increasingly popular in many fields, this is why it is now commonly used by both professionals and amateurs.

A printer can create a product in general in 5 – 20 hours, depending on its quality and technical functions, as well as the complexity of the desired result. However, because 3D printing is a dynamic process, 3D printer parts cannot be used immediately after printing and require some post-processing surface finishes.

The process always starts with a 3D digital model or a CAD file. According to the 3D printing technology inventor, Arthus C Clarke, this process is based on a model divided into thin and two-dimensional layers by the printer software.

3D Printing Advantages

3D printing has several advantages which can help designers and professionals make better decisions when choosing a manufacturing process. Also, this way you can get the best results. Here are some of the most important advantages of 3D printing

3D printing is accessible

It involves a low cost of labor. Labor costs play a huge role when considering a particular project. When we talk about conventional production that requires experienced equipment operators, labor costs are higher than 3D printing.

Using a 3D printer requires only one operator who has to press a button, because the rest of the procedure is followed by the automatic process of the printer. In addition, the manufacture of products by 3D printing is equal to small-scale and large-scale production.

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