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    It Has Eecome A Reality to Produce Finished Parts by 3D Printing Technology
    03.08.2021 | creality3dpro | News

    More and more facts show that the proportion of professionals using 3D printing additive manufacturing is gradually increasing, 80% of the participants have used it for at least two years, and it has become a reality to produce finished parts through additive manufacturing.

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    The sculpeto report is based on feedback from professionals from 71 different countries, 48% of which are European based companies. From the beginning of his research, he clearly identified four key trends: materials, durability, technology development and sustainability. According to the research, there are more innovative and better quality materials to meet the needs of the industry. The progress of post-processing technology also improves the rendering effect of the works. With regard to the development of technology, sculpteo highlights the fact that devices are more reliable, faster and easier to use. The sustainability of additive manufacturing has led to the emergence of more bio derived materials in industrial production.

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    3D printing status in 2020: how to use additive manufacturing

    Compared with the past five years, in addition to manufacturing, 42% of people also use 3D printing in R & D and education. For professionals, CAD design and prototype testing are the two most time-consuming steps today. A professional pointed out: "in six years, we can see that the application of this technology will have obvious development. A lot of companies are increasing investment and showing great confidence in the future of professional 3D printers. "

    In terms of technology, fused deposition 3D printers are most widely used in industrial manufacturing. For printing materials, the vast majority of users are using pal consumables, followed by resins and metals. At present, 3D printing technology has realized many advantages in industrial manufacturing: creating more complex parts, increasing iterations, shortening product launch time and reducing production costs.

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