Unfortunately. 3D printing as a production technology based on the principle of overlapping successive layers of material in no way is not included in it. The first 3D printers were created in the mid-1980s (printed in SLA technology), so it is difficult to talk about something new.For the first 20 years of existence , 3D printing technology was synonymous with rapid prototyping . No one thought then that incremental production would be used in the production of functional parts . So the technology itself is not innovative, but its applications definitely do.
Innovative applications of 3D printing can be divided into two categories: process innovations and product innovations.Process innovations do not change the final product, but only change the way it is made. The benefits associated with them are usually the reduction of production time and costs. They are the result of the following 3D printing properties :
The degree of complexity of the geometric druk 3D szkolenie part does not affect the time and cost of production The ability to quickly produce parts in any edition without initial costs By using these properties, we can, for example, quickly produce spare parts for production lines, avoiding downtime or simply cheaper and faster to produce details with complex geometries.Product innovations are those that already have a definite impact on the final product. We use here 3D printing capabilities for the geometry of parts produced. Incremental technologies eliminate shape constraints known to us from traditional manufacturing methods. The result of this innovation can be a product with better parameters or properties.