Multijet Printing vs Polyjet technology: Are they similar?

With the gain in the popularity of 3D Printing technology, be it for domestic use or industrial purpose, there has been an introduction of various advanced 3D Printing techniques. These incorporate exceptional methods of 3D Printing, thus fabricating remarkable products. Multijet Printing and Polyjet technologies are well-known in the market for… Continue reading

All you need to know about FDM 3D Printing

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Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) is one of the most commonly used 3D Printing technologies. FDM is colloquially often wrongly referred to as Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF) which is basically a desktop version of FDM technology. Know more about the difference between FDM and FFF. For the purpose of this article,… Continue reading

Disruption of Batch Production by 3D Printing technology

Disruption of Batch Production by 3D Printing technology

By now, we have clearly understood that there are a plethora of advantages that 3D printing offers to its customers. Let us now discuss its another aspect which has time and again proved effective and dynamic in achieving growth. Being able to manufacture parts in small batches is now a… Continue reading

How to orient hollow models and cavities on a Formlabs SLA?

In the previous articles we talked about the basic process architecture and methodology of Formlabs SLA, and part orientation and support structure generation for the same. In this article, we will cater to hollow models and cavities and in the process understand the nitty-gritties of part orientation and the impending… Continue reading

Formlabs: Part orientation & support structure generation

In the last article we talked about the process architecture and printer characteristics of a Formlabs SLA printer. In this article we will cover other important aspects like part orientation and support structure generation. As you all know, although the methodology, in theory, of Formlabs SLA is similar to a… Continue reading

Formlabs: Basic process architecture and methodology

Over the past few years a lot of 3D Printer manufacturers have wowed the Indian market with their state-of-the-art 3D Printers. Formlabs is one such company reviving the 3D Printing industry with its desktop Stereolithography printers. Formlabs’ Form 2 is a very compact desktop Stereolithography (SLA) machine that delivers an… Continue reading

SLS vs SLA vs FFF – What works best for your 3D Printing prototype?

There are numerous technologies catering to various applications in 3D Printing. The most commonly used technologies are Selective Laser Sintering (SLS), Stereolithography (SLA), and Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF). To elaborate the varied nature of 3D Printing processes, here’s an article that gives detailed insights and compares the different 3D Printing technologies:… Continue reading

FDM vs FFF: Know the difference!

Doesn’t FDM and FFF cater to a similar technology? Yes. So that means they are one and the same, right? No. Here’s a short answer to your question: They are similar. But despite being similar, they are different. Explore the longer version below: Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) is a proprietary… Continue reading

A brief introduction to Carbon’s CLIP technology

It so very rarely happens that some company innovates on a new application and brings forth a new paradigm shift. Carbon3D is one such company riding on innovation with their proprietary Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP) technology. CLIP is an advancement in the field of Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing). Traditional… Continue reading

Graphene: The strongest 3D Printing material ever made

Graphene is, if the title of this article hasn’t already given it away, the strongest 3D Printing material to have ever been produced yet. In layman’s terms, Graphene is a thin layer of pure carbon; it is a single, tightly packed layer of carbon atoms that are bonded together in a… Continue reading