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    How 3D Printing Is Impacting Manufacturing
    05.05.2019 | CC | News
    By IRIS_CREALITY3D | 30 September 2018 | 0 Comments
        So far, the world have seem plenty of interesting manufacturing technology, but in the past few years, everyone has focus on 3d printing. On one hand, it owns the  entirely unique process to create something, on the other hand, it also has the ability to render some production lines useless. If consumers can print their favorite at home, the manufacturing industries will be confronted with serious drawback. Moreover, 3d printing are providing all new opportunities for production, factory   maintenance, and R&D since it is never been so easier to purchase the parts. 3d printing is a technology with a complex technology, but most people are realizing pros  weight further than cons.

    Additive Manufacturing
       It seems that additive Manufacturing become the most famous manufacturing word currently, The usual manufacturing process is mostly a subtractive    process, where the raw material gets wasted and reused over and over again.
      On the other hand, 3D printing is a very precise manufacturing process. Whatever is designed is  3D-printed using the raw materials, no cutting down, no leftover material, no need to reprocess the materials. Therefore, it’s only an additive process and not subtractive. By being an additive process, 3D manufacturing reduces
     material waste, as well as processing time and required equipment.    
    3D Printing Benefits the Environment
    Most of the countries in the world now have very tight and strict environmental laws for industry to protect the community around them, as well as nature in general. By using additive manufacturing strategy, 3D printing can actively contribute to strengthen carbon emission. Many of the aerospace manufacturers now use 3D printing to produce modules that require precise cut and structural uniformity. By doing so, they reduce wasting raw material and eventually the CO2 emission to nature is reduced by a significant amount. Some 3D printers can actually use recycled wood, reducing the environmental effect of what little waste does occur.
     What does the future look like?
    Though, the future of 3d printing will be bright, but usually somewhat unpredictable at the same time. As the market sure increasing, more production are Acquiring more 3d printing units.  3D printing will most likely take over the R&D and maintenance sectors for production, but taking over the entire production facility will certainly take some time.
    In view of the 21st century, we enjoy the convenience brought by technology. It not only brings convenience to our life, but also enriches our lives. The development of printing in 3 will bring it's charm, as well as the achievement of growing achievements.
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