3D Printing Limitations-Report
3D printing(3DP), also known as additive manufacturing (AM), refers to the process of making or creating a three-dimensional object wherein multiple layers a being laid upon one another to create an object under the control of computer system. 3D printing will also reduce the cost of manufacturing anything by 50% or even more. Still, it is inevitable to overlook its negative impacts on our lives.
3D Printing Limitations at a glance :
- Surface texture is generally too rough.
- Materials have low heat deflection temperatures.
- Materials generally have low strengths.
- Material prices are far too high restricting the growth of the market.
- Parts are generally not as dense as parts made by CNC and other processes.
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3D Printing Limitations
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