The basic idea of 3D printing is to convert a digital file into a solid model. 3D printing starts with a model designed in CAD, which is then converted into a language that printer will understand so it can print it. This conversion is done by slicing software. This software will then convert the file into a g-code which is then given to the printer for printing. This additive manufacturing method is becoming the pioneer of the century which is taking over the subtractive manufacturing methods by storm.
Here you can see in CAD MODEL Designed with CAD Software, now if someone wants to check the feasibility of his/her design, aesthetics looks then with a conventional method he/she must go with CNC/VMC or Die molded work. Which will takes both time and money in considerable amount.
So what is the role of 3d printer here in this case?
- By use of a 3d printer, you can have an exact replica of your design in your hand within a fraction of hours.
- It will save cost and time both, Ex. In this case, we almost save 10 days of work with around INR 1.5 lakhs to spend on Die work.
- Now if you find any error in your design, you can reprint your design after modifications, while in Die work you have to spend another lakhs of rupee and time to recheck design feasibility and to validate your product design. Such a amazing stuff !!!
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