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3D printing process
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To begin, we must acknowledge that 3D printing is only possible because of 3D modeling. You can’t make it without a 3D model. And now, thanks to 3D modeling, you can achieve a new level of design independence. Basically, you can build whatever you like on a computer and then have it brought to life layer by layer. for example take a look on our septum nose jewelry collection
Stereolithography uses a liquid plastic as the source material, which is then converted into a three-dimensional structure layer by layer. Liquid resin is stored in a transparent bottomed vat. To cure and solidify a coating of resin, a UV (ultraviolet) laser traces a pattern on the liquid resin from the bottom of the vat. A dragging mechanism gradually raises the solidified structure.
Digital Light Processing (DLP)
3D printing is a technique for creating three-dimensional objects DLP technology is similar to Stereolithography, but it varies in that it employs a liquid crystal display panel and uses an unique light source. The light is monitored using micro mirrors to monitor the light incident on the surface of the material being printed in this technology, which uses more traditional light sources. The image is displayed on the liquid crystal display screen.
Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)
Objects ( like our nose jewelry) made of production-grade thermoplastics can be produced using this technology. Objects are constructed by melting a thermoplastic filament and then extruding the thermoplastic layer by layer. Complex structures can be created using specialized techniques. The printer, for example, will extrude a second material that will serve as support material for the object being shaped during the process.
Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)
Stereolithography and SLS have several similarities. SLS, on the other hand, uses powdered material that is stored in a vat. A layer of powdered material is rolled on top of the previous layer for each layer, and then the powdered material is laser sintered according to a specific pattern to construct the item. Surprisingly, the powdered material section that
Selective Laser Melting (SLM)
The SLM and SLS processes are very similar. Unlike the SLS process, which includes sintering the powdered material, the SLM process involves completely melting the powdered material.