Benefit of 3D Printing in Different Industries
In architectural projects, many model makers have turned to 3D printing as a final result to promote their project. 3D printed models are very detailed due too the complex structures that it can deliver and it also saves time and naturally cuts cost further.
3D printing in the automotive industry is the natural home for 3D printers. The automotive applications are huge and 3D printing now sits in the core of the car industry. It wont be soon before the fully printed cars makes its way on to our roads.
When engineering bold new designs, 3D printing let’s you try new prototypes, addressing problems and finding solutions as you go, all in just a matter of hours. Even those with complex internal structures and geometries, something traditional methods just can’t offer.
Because robots are a complex assembly of mechanical and electronic parts, it’s virtually impossible to design the right part on the first try the process of running tests to optimize your robot’s performance and abilities will be far more efficient. Design complex shapes that are both strong and lightweight, which can’t be manufactured by other technologies. This will enable you to use lighter motors and improve battery life.
Improved learning methods: students are traditionally taught through books and theory, but many prefer to learn through using aids and materials. 3D printing allows you to bring any subject matter to life as a visual aid to engage all of your students.
Additive Manufacturing is enabling manufacturing and design professionals achieve previously unheard of production and cost efficiencies in all fields.