The concept of 3D Printing was laid out by David E.H. Jones in 1974. However, methods and materials for fabricating models weren’t developed until the early 1980s.
The term ‘3D printing’ covers numerous processes and techniques that offer a wide spectrum of capabilities for the production of parts and products in different materials. In recent years, these processes have developed significantly and can now perform crucial roles in many applications.
This overview article aims to explain the different types and processes of 3D Printing, how do they work, and what are their uses and benefits in the current market. Let’s start with a very basic question. What Is 3D Printing? 3D Printing, also known as additive manufacturing, is a process of making a physical object from a three-dimensional digital model or a CAD model. It involves various computer-controlled techniques in which material is joined or solidified to build an […]
Amazon, as part of its Black Friday Deals , is offering numerous 3D printers and accessories at great prices. One of...