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Old 10-01-2017, 11:37 PM   #1
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Following Industries Changed Forever by 3D Printing

3d printing additive manufacturing (AM) provides unprecedented methods for producing custom parts on demand and with complex geometries unachievable with traditional manufacturing technologies. 3d printing service Vapi gujarat india
Architecture

On an immediate level, 3d printing in architecture industry can be used to produce detailed architecture models. Rather than rely on past methods for creating models of buildings, it’s possible to convert standard CAD models used to design structures into 3D-printable files.
A 3D-printed model of Intermountain Alta View Hospital created by WhiteClouds. (Image courtesy of WhiteClouds.)
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Automotive

The automotive industry was an early adopter of 3D printing since its invention as a prototyping technology, allowing auto manufacturers to iterate designs more quickly. As the technology has evolved, these companies have been the first to jump onto new 3D printing processes. For instance, BMW, Ford and Delphi Automotive have all taken Carbon’s ultra-fast continuous liquid interface production technology to 3D print prototypes and, in some cases, end parts.

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how is 3d printing used in the automotive industry:
The technology is slowly beginning to transform the entire auto industry, as at least two startups are working to make it possible to create entire vehicles with 3D printing. The furthest along is Local Motors, which has not only 3D printed an autonomous vehicle for local, low-speed transportation, but also promised an entire fleet of 3D-printed vehicles to hit the highway in the near future.


Medical and Dental

Perhaps the most immediate and life-affirming industries currently benefiting from 3D printing are the medical and dental industries. The simplest application may be the use of a patient’s medical imaging data, such as a CT scan, to create a 3D-printed medical model. These models can be used to diagnose an illness or even plan and rehearse a surgery, thus making a procedure more predictable and reducing time in the operating room. Taken a step further, this data can be used to created patient-specific implants that fit a patient perfectly. When an implant, such as a cranial plate or hip bone, is printed with a porous structure, only possible with 3D printing, it encourages bone growth and makes it more quickly accepted by the patient’s body. 3d printing medical applications

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Consumer Goods


Like the auto industry, consumer good manufacturers have long adopted 3D printing to prototype products before going into production. With 3D printing, product development cycles are being sped up in every category, from electronics to toys to appliances. 3d printed consumer goods


Government, Military and Academic Institutions

Where there’s technology, you can bet that governments and militaries are involved. Currently, nations worldwide are funding programs to advance the state of AM, with many currently tackling such issues as quality control in metal 3D printing, meta materials and 3D printing sensors. Because governments, businesses and research institutions are often inextricably connected, it’s not always obvious where the military ends and academic research begins.

Aerospace

It’s also quite difficult to extricate the aerospace industry from the defense industry, but thanks to companies like GE and Airbus, there are important developments around 3D printing in commercial aircraft that may change the way we fly.
As aerospace begins to reach into outer space, we’ve also seen space agencies and companies use the technology for a variety of purposes, often to reduce the weight of rockets or to create unique components. 3d printing services in vadodara,baroda,ahmedabad,surat,rajkot,bhavnagar,g ujarat,india


At the moment, 3D printing is moving from a pure prototyping technology to an actual AM technology. There are still numerous improvements to be made before it can be implemented for mass manufacturing, making it more ideal for small-batch and one-off production.


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