3D Printing Services
3D printing is the latest development in prototype creation. Using SLA and SLS printing, Yu Xin Wright Tech can produce accurate, miniature, functioning representations of your design in just 24-48 hours! 3D porotypes are great for determining product function, explaining a concept, or impressing an investor.
Before the 3D printing technology was well known, the processing tools of the prototype factory mainly relied on turning and milling machines and CNC machining additive manufacturing to complete. From the fixation of the blanks to the replacement of the turning and milling cutter heads, and finally to the processing of the face change angle, the process is extremely cumbersome and expensive, which makes the big bosses of various prototype manufacturers a headache. But as the 3D printing technology becomes more mature, the printing process becomes simpler, and the options of printing consumables become more and more diversified, prototype manufacturers are finally relieved! Why? Because of the emergence of 3D printing, the processing procedures of prototype manufacturers have become simple, and the production cost has also been greatly reduced.
3D printing (3DP) is a kind of rapid prototyping technology. It is a technology that uses powdered metal or plastic and other adhesive materials to construct objects based on digital model files by printing layer by layer.
3D printing is usually achieved using digital technology material printers. It is often used to make models in mold manufacturing, industrial design and other fields, and then gradually used in the direct manufacturing of some products. There are already parts printed using this technology. The technology has applications in jewelry, footwear, industrial design, architecture, engineering and construction (AEC), automotive, aerospace, dental and medical industries, education, geographic information systems, civil engineering, guns, and other fields.
There are many different technologies for 3D printing. The difference between them lies in the way the materials are available and the construction of different layers to create parts. Commonly used materials for 3D printing include nylon fiberglass, durable nylon materials, gypsum materials, aluminum materials, titanium alloys, stainless steel, silver plating, gold plating, and rubber materials.
1. Three-dimensional design
The design process of 3D printing is: first modeling by computer modeling software, and then "partitioning" the built 3D model into layer-by-layer sections, that is, slices, thereby instructing the printer to print layer by layer. The standard file format for collaboration between the design software and the printer is the STL file format. An STL file uses triangles to approximate the surface of an object. The smaller the triangle, the higher the surface resolution. PLY is a scanner for three-dimensional files generated by scanning. The VRML or WRL files generated by it are often used as input files for full-color printing.
The printer reads the cross-sectional information in the file, prints these cross-sections layer by layer with liquid, powder or sheet-like materials, and then glues the cross-sections of each layer in various ways to create an entity. The characteristic of this technology is that it can make almost any shape of objects.
3. Finish printing
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3D Printing Mold
Which kind of product mold suit for 3D printing?
Mass production mold
Complicated structural products
More deep grooves structural products
High requests of size products