Principles of 3D printing
Ordinary printers used in everyday life can print flat items designed by computers. The so-called 3D printers and printers basically have the same working principle, but the printing materials are somewhat different. The printing materials of ordinary printers are ink and paper, while the 3D printers contain metal. Different “printing materials” such as ceramics, plastics, and sand are real raw materials. After the printer is connected to a computer, the “printing material” can be superimposed on top of each other through computer control, eventually turning the blueprint on the computer into a blueprint. In kind. In layman's terms, a 3D printer is a device that can "print" a real 3D object, such as printing a robot, printing a toy car, printing various models, or even food. The reason why it is popularly referred to as "printer" refers to the technical principle of ordinary printers, because the process of layered processing is very similar to inkjet printing. This printing technology is called 3D printing technology.
There are many different technologies for 3D printing. What makes them different is that they are created in different layers using the available materials. The commonly used materials for 3D printing include nylon glass fiber, polylactic acid, ABS resin, durable nylon material, gypsum material, aluminum material, titanium alloy, stainless steel, silver plating, gold plating, and rubber materials.
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