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What is 3D printing?
Since 1984, when the first 3D printer was designed, a number of 3D printing technologies were developed differing in the possible printing materials and method of unification. Practically, this meant that different technologies had certain advantages and disadvantages in terms of physical characteristics, precision and color printing. Regardless of the progress that was made in time, this fact still remains valid.
3D printing is by nature an additive process, which means that objects are formed of a material that is applied in layers according to a certain pattern. This feature allows you to create practically any form, which differs to traditional production methods that are based on material removal, cutting or drilling.
3D printing is an additive manufacturing process of three-dimensional, physical objects, of any form, based on a digital computer model. Formerly available only to industrial giants and institutions because of the price of equipment and materials, the last few years it becomes available to the general population due to advances in technology.