This blog post provides an overview of industrial metal 3D printing and how it can be used to create complex and intricate parts in industries such as aerospace, medical and automotive. The post covers the benefits and challenges of using this technology and the different types of industrial metal 3D printing technologies available.
Designing, inspecting, and analyzing 3D models with 3D scanning are some of the lesser discussed technologies. The technology is used to convert physical models into digital 3D Computer-Aided Design (CAD) using various scanning programs. In today's world, it is becoming an indispensable tool for those who need to check dimensions, create virtual images, conduct analysis, and even build physical prototypes.
Industrial 3D printing is the process of creating a physical object from a digital file through a computer-aided design process (CAD). The object is built up incrementally from thin layers of material. Unlike traditional manufacturing, which cuts away material to create the product, additive manufacturing creates the product from scratch. A growing number of industries are discovering new business models and ways to utilize 3D printing to create