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3D Computer Aided Design (CAD)
Additive manufacturing process with a versatile method of production from a design.
Start with the design model in your CAD software. After completing your modeling, you must save your 3D model on a .STL file to export your design to the desired 3D printer slicer software, save it as G-code on an SD card, and print. Once you manufacture your 3D model, evaluate, and improve your design (if needed).
Build parts on 3D printing gives better-quality products, easily accessible, faster production, and lower cost. You can produce designs with complex geometry and rapid prototyping.
The most common materials are plastics, resin, metals, carbon fibers, and ceramics but there are a few of other material types.