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3D printing & Additive manufacturing

The construction of a three-dimensional object from a CAD model or a digital 3D model is appertained as 3D printing or manufacturing. The term "3D printing" can concentrate on a number of procedures in which material is deposited, combined, or solidified under computer control to produce a three-dimensional object, frequently subcaste by subcaste. 3D printing ways were considered only suitable for the product of functional or aesthetic prototypes, and rapid-fire prototyping was a more applicable term at the time. As of 2021, the most common 3D printing process is fused deposit modelling (FDM), which uses a nonstop hair of a thermoplastic material. Cumulative manufacturing is defined as a material joining process, whereby a product can be directly fabricated from its 3D model, generally subcaste upon subcaste.

• 4D Printing

• 3D Bio Printing

• Nano 3D Printing

• Polymers in 3D Printing

• Organ Printing

• 3D Printing in Catalysis

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