3D printing technology has been in the spotlight since it was first used in the 1980s, and is still talked about today.So what kind of technology is it?What can be printed?
Do you know why 3D printing technology has always been so interesting?Since the emergence of 3D printing technology in the 1980s, many people have believed that it will bring great changes to manufacturing industry. Therefore, people have been paying constant attention to it.So, what’s the difference between print and print?We print in two dimensions and we actually send some images to the printer through the computer.A printer actually USES a nozzle to spray ink onto paper.So let’s make a two-dimensional picture.So this is what we call traditional printing.
So 3d printing, it actually presents a 3d object.This is what we call the simple difference.But actually, how does 3D printing technology work?When we talk about the realization of 3D printing technology, we first need to have a virtual digital physical model.So this mock-up, we’re going to slice it through professional software.You actually cut it up in pieces.The model is modeled, and then we slice it with special software.Since the sliced data is the data that our printer can recognize, we will give the sliced data to the printer after slicing.The printer prints layer by layer, layer by layer, layer by layer.Achieve our print completion.In that case, the print is a mock-up.
It’s like slicing this up and putting it together, it’s like we’re kind of building blocks, building a house, building on top of each other.So how do we actually do 3D printing?Ordinary printing, it is the computer text or image information, transfer to the printer, the printer control printing nozzle.Print on the paper where you need it.Print the document or picture line by line.These ordinary printers are all flat.
The first step for 3D printing technology is to build a digital 3D model in a computer.With special software, the digital model, the decomposition of slices.These pieces of flat image information are then sent to the 3D printer.The printer then USES real raw materials, in order, layer by layer to print out the solid object.