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What is the difference between 3D, 4D and 5D Printing?

3D printing is a name for a group of technologies that layer by layer build up and manufacture objects. The correct name for these technologies is actually Additive Manufacturing. 3D printing is actually the name for one single Additive Manufacturing technology. The 3D printing process works with a powder being bound by binder deposited by a printing head. Zcorp, ExOne and Voxeljet use this technology and their technologies are all based on the MIT 3d printing service odisha Jharkhand chhattisgarh anand india

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Currently 4D Printing is being used to describe 3D printed structures which then change their orientation or structural shape after the printing process has completed. I believe it was first used by MIT researchers, and you can find info on the webpage of the MIT Self-Assembly Lab5D Printing has been used to describe the use of magnetic fields during the process of orienting particles in the deposited medium (inside the material being deposited) in a layered manuf

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What are the best methods for rapidly prototyping products as a startup?

Use the tools you are best at to create something visual. Without a picture, communicating your vision will be next to impossible... and it's absolutely essential that you share that vision with those you hope to fund your idea, build your idea, protect your idea, etc. 3d printing prototyping service anad gyjarat - fdm technology

 

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Once you have your visual/picture that is easy to communicate to whomever you decide, that decision is next. Find people you can trust with everything. Not just a piece of your idea, but the whole meal deal. Obviously you don't give them the whole meal deal - but that is the level you want to target your confidential material for. If you are looking to build a business around your product, put your protective measures in place before you begin modeling your product. Modeling is where you can make or break your entire future. If the wrong people get a hold of your model in conception or production, you're done. Protective measures are best ou

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How would one go about 3D printing investment casting wax models for jewelry?

You design a piece (or ask them to do it) and they will upload and check the part. Perhaps the file can not be 3D printed because it would be too delicate or the mold won't work etc. Getting more into the nuts and bolts of your question, it would be easy enough to 3D print a model to lay a mold around- however, most materials printed by commercial 3D printers will not simply melt out. 3d printing service delhi bengaluru mumbai

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If I were given this task and a choice of a couple commercial 3D printers, I would go ahead and print my part- then, I would do an an acetone dip to smooth out the 'steps' and roughness that most 3D printers will still give to parts- a careful acetone dip can achieve the smoothness of the finest wax mold in a fraction of the worker-hours. I would lay out my mold (risers, sprue, etc) as normal, and then when the mold material had fully set, I would put the whole assembly into a mid-temperature furnace with an oxidizing atmosphere- 350C would be p

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What are the technology trends driving the development of the 3D printing industry?

For desktop 3D printing the trend is being driven by the: Maker movement, people feeling detached from their technology, the fact that we all have office jobs that don't give us the pleasure of working with physical objects, the fact that in a complex world the simple act of making something brings fulfillment, The fact that in a data driven world information is at your fingertips and customizable but things arent't. The paradox of choice making it harder for us to distinguish the things that we should buy. General dissilusionment in the promises marketeers make us. 3d printing service bangalore pune mumbai Parts suppliers in China that via AliBaba and other channels are making small batch stepper motors and the like available. The RepRap project. The general feeling of distrust people have in institutions, -isms, countries, politicians etc. and an increased feeling for the need for self-reliance. The decentralization and democratization of many things such as payments, retail, onli

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At what stage of jewelry manufacturing is 3D printing used?

The thing you have to know about conventional jewelry manufacturing is most often, the jewelry is made by using a process called investment casting or lost-wax casting. Recommend reading this article for a background: Investment casting

The material which most often meets these requirements is wax. Although, it sometimes has issues on the 3rd parameter.

3d printed jewelryThe usual manufacturing process (I am not sure if the OP knows how the jewelry manufacturing process works, but for the ones who might now know, here is how it goes. Bold indicates the stage in the manufacturing process): 3d printing prototyping service anand gujarat1. Design of the part in a CAD/CAM software.2. Prototyping by use of a CNC machine to cut a block of wax in the shape desired from the CAD file.3. Urethane casting [Optional only if multiple copies are needed] : Making urethane molds to make multiple wax model copies.4. Casting: Setting up of a "Christmas tree" where these models are attached to a runner and then di

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How are the 3D printer and its related businesses in India? Are there good business opportunities?

3D Printing technology has been accepted all over the world for its various advantages, thus making India to focus on this technology. 3D printing is in its nascent stage in India (now its catching up), as the awareness in missing. Many people in India still don't know about this technology, and the one who knows are shying away thinking its very costly and complicated. There are few companies such as Imaginarium,vexma technologt- 3d printing service mumbai pune chennai , Schneider Prototyping India Pvt.Ltd, Rapid 3D Solutions India Pvt.Ltd, Marcopolo Products Pvt.Ltd, 3DPD to name a few, who are doing a commendable job in India.

3d printing service In India the demand for 3D printing is catching up and gradually being accepted in the industry. Currently the demand is witnessed from the industries like medical, jewelry, automobile, aerospace, etc. Additive Manufacturing (AM) is an excellent tool for design validation and product refinement. Therefore it serves as a good companion to CAD softwa

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How would one go about 3D printing investment casting wax models for jewelry?

Getting more into the nuts and bolts of your question, it would be easy enough to 3D print object model to lay a mold around- however, most materials printed by commercial 3D printers will not simply melt out.

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If I were given this task and a choice of a couple commercial 3D printers, I would go ahead and print my part- then, I would do an an acetone dip to smooth out the 'steps' and roughness that most 3D printers will still give to parts- a careful acetone dip can achieve the smoothness of the finest wax mold in a fraction of the worker-hours. I would lay out my mold (risers, sprue, etc) as normal, and then when the mold material had fully set, I would put the whole assembly into a mid-temperature furnace with an oxidizing atmosphere- 350C would be plenty -and wait for the 3D printed model to burn out! Easy. 3d printing service pune mumbai chennai

 

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What is best 3d cheap printer for dental models?

There are many new opportunities in the pipeline designed to help expand the removable dental technician’s role in better serving the prosthodontic needs of patients. One of these up-and-coming methods with practical use is three-dimensional 3D printing service mumbai pune .

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With increased emphasis on CAD/CAM fabrication of fixed prosthetics, there has been little opportunity to present on the potential use of 3D printing processes for removable prosthetics However, the industry continues to move forward, and medical-grade FDA/ISO fused deposition modeling (FDM) materials are now becoming available for 3D printing end-use products suitable for medical and dental applications. These materials handle very much like acrylic when using typical acrylic shank burs, and they are very stable. This is in contrast to alternative 3D-printed materials, which are susceptible to degradation when exposed to extended environmental conditions such as heat, moisture, and ultraviolet ex

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Will 3D printing be a consumer technology?

3D printing is going through the peak of the "hype cycle" that any new, glamorous sounding technology sees. While it is unlikely that additive manufacturing at the consumer level will solve world hunger or poverty any time soon, it is interesting to consider an analogous product family: Inkjet printers (2D) in the home.When inkjet printers were at the top of the hype cycle, many naysayers wrote the technology off as unviable as consumer technology. Similar arguments were put forward, as are being done about 3D printing today:1. 3d printing Materials: - The inkjet cartridges will never be cost-effective - The ink will always have a limited shelf life, so consumers will go broke replacing cartridges - Dyes suffer from color shifts with time and temperature, so a domestic environment will cause your lovely photo print to look really weird a few months down the lineThose "always" and "never" words didn't take long to end up making the naysayers looking like fools.

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What are the different technology to 3D print something?

Here are the types of 3d Printing Technologies: Stereolithography(SLA) is a 3d printing method that can be used to implement your projects that involve 3D printing of objects. Although this method is the oldest one in history of 3D printing it’s still being used nowadays. The idea and application of this method are amazing.

 

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Digital Light Processing(DLP)Digital Light Processing is another 3D Printing process very similar to stereolithography.

Fused deposition modeling (FDM)With help of FDM you can print not only functional prototypes, but also concept models and final end-use products. What is good about this technology that all parts printed with FDM can go in high-performance and engineering-grade thermoplastic, which is very beneficial for mechanic engineers and manufactures. 3d printing chennai bangalore kolkata

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