3D printer uses computer-aided design (CAD) to create three-dimensional objects through a layering method. Sometimes referred to as additive manufacturing, 3D printing involves layering materials, like plastics, composites or bio-materials to create objects that range in shape, size, rigidity and color.
1.It reduces the cost from the customer point of view due to the reduction in person-hours and material loss from the conventional manufacturing process.
2.It reduces the investment time of the manufacturer, as the process from designing to manufacturing is quick.
3.The high degree of accuracy and precision reduces the frequency of errors into the prototype.
4.The process can match up the speed of the demand where a single unit or a batch of units can be manufactured.
1.Industrial Prototype: 3D printing provides companies with a low-risk, low-cost and fast method of producing prototypes that allow them to test a new product’s efficiency and ramp up development without the need for expensive models or proprietary tools.
2. Automotive: Automotive companies are printing spare parts, tools, jigs and fixtures but also end-use parts. 3D printing has enabled on-demand manufacturing which has lead to lower stock levels and has shortened design and production cycles.
3. Medical: Save precious time and create truly comfortable solutions for your patient with custom-made medical devices thanks to additive manufacturing.Many 3D printed medical devices can be made, such as hearing aids, prosthesis or prosthetic hands.
4. Building Model:Three-dimensional plans, cutaway drawings, city-scale models. Kings prints realistic scaled models of a wide range of sizes according to the promotional needs of your sales department, showroom or during a professional trade show.
5.Shoe Industry:Big shoe manufacturers are already implementing additive manufacturing into their strategy. For example, brands like Adidas, Nike, New Balance, and Under Armor have already printed sneakers!