What 3d printers can print
3D printing has gradually extended from the early days of FDM and SLA technology to the emergence of nearly dozens of self-named technologies for companies large and small. From the material classification are mainly: metal, non-metal, biological material three categories. From the current 3D printing embedded in the industry, basically has been involved in the automotive, military, aerospace, education, medical, film and television and other fields.
3D printers are mainly divided into desktop and industrial grade devices. As the name implies, the desktop level can be printed in the office for direct use, and the print size is relatively small, while the industrial level can be printed in the plant, the print size is large, but also can be printed directly in the office and home use.
Some 3D printers are made of soluble plastic and use the melt stacking method (FDM), which allows them to print models that do not require high precision and are definitely adequate as models.
Some 3D printers use photosensitive resin as the material, using light-curing technology, and can print high-precision models, for example, printing a personalised mobile phone case is very beautiful.
Some 3D printers use living cells as the material to print human organs, which is one of the more advanced technologies in the 3D printing industry.
Others can print chocolates, houses and so on.
Printed clothes are also available, but they have been used as props in film and television, and are not commercialised.
At this stage, common 3D printers are mainly used for model manufacturing, the future will certainly have a broader application space, to "only can not think, no can not print" stage.
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