Importance of 3D Printing
One of the big advantages of 3D printing is that parts and products can be manufactured a lot quicker than they can using traditional methods. Complex designs can be created as a CAD model and then transformed into a reality in just a few hours. All in all, 3D printing is immensely versatile, and is used in practically every aspect of life. Save your time! In our society today, 3D printing has had surprisingly positive impacts, such as in education, housing, medicine, industrial manufacturing, in the environment, and even in disaster relief.
We are extremely passionate about:
Manufacturing of engineering products by adapting hybrid manufacturing techniques and developing product sustainably and reduce natural resources from 30% to 20%.
What are we good at ?
Understanding/decoding problem and expectation of industry & providing tailormade engineering solutions for the same.
We work with
New product development department
Corporate gifting companies
Engineering product manufacturing companies
Tier 2-3 Component suppliers
OEM System supplier
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Create or Find a Design
The first step of 3D printing typically starts on a computer. You must create your design using a 3D design software, typically a CAD (computer-aided design) software. If you are unable to create the design yourself, you can also find many free resources online with free designs.
Export the STL File
Once you have created or chosen a design, you must either export or download the STL file. The STL file is what stores the information about your conceptual 3D object.
Choose Your Materials
Typically you may have an idea about what kind of material you will use before you print. There are many different 3D printing materials available, and you can choose them based on the properties that you want your object to have. We will discuss this more in-depth below.
Choose Your Parameters
The next step is then deciding on the different parameters of your object and the printing process. This includes deciding on the size and placement of your print.
Create the Gcode
You will then import the STL file into a slicing software, like BCN3D Cura. The slicing software will convert the information from the STL file into a Gcode, which is a specific code containing exact instructions for the printer.
This is when the magic happens! The printer will create the object layer by layer. Depending on the size of your object, your printer, and the materials used, the job can be done in a matter of minutes or over several hours.
Depending on what you want your final product to be or the material you used, there may be additional post-processing steps after printing, like painting, brushing off powder, etc.