Additive Manufacturing Explained in Fewer than 140 words
Additive Manufacturing is the process of layering material on top of pre layered fabric, again and again, to make objects from 3D model data, and is the official industry standard term for all applications of the more commonly adopted 3D Printing technology.
It, as opposed to subtractive manufacturing methodologies where a block like CNC machining removes material to shape.
A digital 3D model can be made with design software, once created, its input directly into the printer to be built with 0.2mm precision. The primary applications are modelling, prototyping, and part production. Additive Manufacturing is changing the way organisations design and manufacture products. When implemented correctly, it can save impressive amounts of time and money. Companies maintain that Additive Manufacturing has helped reduce weeks, even months of prototyping, and manufacturing time while avoiding costly errors, wastage and enhancing product quality.
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