3-D Printing: The technology of future
Updated: Aug 14, 2018
Over the past several decades, there have been countless technological innovations that have had a major impact on the world. Arguably one of the most monumental has been the invention of the 3D Printer, a device that can create real, tangible 3D objects in real-time based on the details from a digital design.
Today, there are many types of 3D printers, and each type uses different materials to print including plastics, metals, ceramics, and more.
What is 3-D printing?
3D printing or additive manufacturing is a process of making three dimensional solid objects from a digital file. The creation of a 3D printed object is achieved using additive processes. In an additive process an object is created by laying down successive layers of material until the object is created.
3D printing reduces manufacturing / production costs through a variety of advances that can be boiled down to three key advantages: Zero tooling, zero-cost complexity, reduced labor. These three advantages ultimately result in shorter lead times, which additionally relates to cost savings.
A new era of creativity Additive manufacturing opens up new possibilities for amateurs and professionals alike to follow their imagination, and could stimulate the creativity of a new generation of artists, designers and engineers.
As 3-D printing is going to be future technology of world, schools and colleges will play a big role. We should teach our students about this technology at early stage because ultimately they are going to be the leader of world.
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Many teachers are using 3D printing in the classroom today, and surveys show that 77 percent of teachers intend to increase usage of 3D printers for lessons. 3D printing is one way that teachers can use technology to develop students’ skills.
Even more, they can use 3D printing to improve a wide array of lessons in a selection of subjects including science, history, and more.
Teachers can now 3D print replicas of items like fossils, bones, and historical artifacts, which are too fragile for students to handle. These 3D models give them a better understanding of what the actual objects look and feel like.
3D printing can also be used to teach physics and engineering and help spark kids’ creative and design skills.
3D printers don’t just have to be used for small objects. They can now be used to print whole buildings – which means that someday, 3D printers may completely change the architectural and construction processes.
If a designer can design a home or structure with 3D design software, the 3D printer can then print that house, cutting out the need for construction crews once used to build the bones or foundation of a home.
For now, most people don’t have the know-how and expertise to effectively design a safe building that can be 3D printed. However, 3D printers are already commonly being used to design components of buildings, like electrical sockets, floor panels, and more.
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